Mat Maestro - connect bladder hose to air line HELP

artframi

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Help is needed! What type of adhesive is used to connect plastic air hose line to bladder hose line? I've tried epoxy, glues, and JB Weld Bond. Nothing holds the air lines together. These are the lines that hold the mats in place when the computerized mat cutter is operating.

Bill------------------


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One Post Wonder

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Funny enough there is a new outfit in Seattle called Framing Adhesive Specialty.

You have a mat machine for the framing industry.

You need an adhesive.

They are even in the same town where the machine came from (same zip?), and are offering adheisves and parts for Corona mounter press machines.

Why, heck, they opened up just after the time Corona closed its doors to fill that great Seattle adhesive void.

They even use Seanet, the same IP that Corona used, but hey, Sea(attle) net, may be just all the rage in Seattle. But I guess they are totally legit. They must be, as they joined PPFA, and hence agree the the PPFA Code of Ethics (and they are on HHers too). I would guess they will read this too.
 

artframi

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by One Post Wonder:
Funny enough there is a new outfit in Seattle called Framing Adhesive Specialty.

You have a mat machine for the framing industry.

You need an adhesive.

They are even in the same town where the machine came from (same zip?), and are offering adheisves and parts for Corona mounter press machines.

Why, heck, they opened up just after the time Corona closed its doors to fill that great Seattle adhesive void.

They even use Seanet, the same IP that Corona used, but hey, Sea(attle) net, may be just all the rage in Seattle. But I guess they are totally legit. They must be, as they joined PPFA, and hence agree the the PPFA Code of Ethics (and they are on HHers too). I would guess they will read this too.

<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Thank you for the information. We'll check on this and look forward to getting the lines back in place. WOW!

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RonEggers

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Bill,

I believe that One Post Wonder is trying to tell you, in his obtuse way, to proceed with caution. This new adhesives company bears a striking resemblence to a now-defunct manufacturer of CMCs. They almost certainly have had some experience with your machine, however, so it can't hurt to give them a call. I am checking on some other possible sources of help and will email you shortly.

Ron
 
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