haldir Posted January 24 Share Posted January 24 9 minutes ago, Ratmaster2000 said: I hope this is okay to ask in tis post. So, I want to mount a FDM print I did to a wood base because for some odd reason the floor of the model came out REALLY thin, I mean thinner then I have ever seen. So, I want5 to mount it onto a wood base to give it some stability, what do you all recommend to use? I am pretty sure super glue would not cut it, but what would be best? filament to wood - I would think any superglue or epoxy would work. I mean filament is just a plastic. If using a superglue, I'd definitely use a accelerator. Also while not a superglue per se, take a look at that JB Weld UV light glue I used for gluing Sunlu resin prints together. Sunlu resin was resisting BSI brand glue with their brand of accelerator as well. The JBW with uv light made that job easier then it should have. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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