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You would use it to make welds the same way...

July 27 2012 at 9:39 AM
  (Login MikeRoof)
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That you would use thinned Squadron Green Stuff (or other polyester putty) to make weld beads.

What I do is lay down two parellel narrow strips of tape, use the brush to put a line of thinned putty between them, texture the putty (I use a chisle-shaped toothpick), then remove the tape.

This product appears like it would work more or less the same way. The potential application seemed immediately obvious when I read the description.

Most of these welds were made using this technique with thinned Squadron Green Stuff:

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The very small or short welds, for example around the tool clamps and brackets, were made with two-part epoxy putty (here Miliput gray), but all of the the longer green welds are Green Stuff putty.

Mike





    
This message has been edited by MikeRoof from IP address 75.107.0.52 on Jul 27, 2012 9:43 AM


 
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  1. Thanks Mike for your help! - Kevin Krueger on Jul 27, 12:08 PM
    1. thxs - Andrew Deeley on Jul 28, 2:53 AM
     


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