Re: MEK...

Jon Miller <atsf@...>

IIRC, methylene chloride is the solvent of choice for bonding acrylic; that must be why Tenax works so much better with ABS.


So using MEK to bond our styrene built freight cars (which is NON carcinogen) is worse for us than using Tenax which is considered a carcinogen!

"OSHA considers methylene chloride to be a potential occupational carcinogen"

The following site;
has methylene chloride at $10.50 for 500mL and available now.
So we can still glue our styrene freight cars together, VBG!

Jon Miller
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