This is a 3D printed dedicated version widely acclaimed VMS Flexy CA Glue 5K. Thanks to its formulation this glue can be used for gluing demanding 3D printed parts that require a lot of manipulation and extra strong bond. The formula of VMS Flexy Glue 5K 3d is optimised for thermoplastics so you can also glue multimedia models no problem, resin to polystyrene bonds will be as durable resin to resin ones. As the original Flexy 5K glue forms flexible bond that withstands much more punishment than classic brittle CA. This essentially means less accidentally lost parts and more productive and enjoyable work as there is much less need to reglue vulnerable parts. For best results prepare parts with VMS Universal weathering carrier prior application of the actual VMS Flexy Glue, see our full range of VMS Flexy CA Glue 5K here
CA Glue for Photo-etch (Code CM01PE) 20g dropper bottle
Specially formulated for gluing PE parts. Slow cure enabling precise and unrushed placement of parts. The glue retains a slight flexibility even when dry so parts don’t ping off during subsequent build processes.
CA Glue Slow Cure (Code CM06) 20g dropper bottle
Specifically for use where extended drying times are required. Large sheets of zimmerit, brass panels, armour plating etc…
CA Glue Extra Thin (Code CM07) 20g dropper bottle
Super low viscosity glue enabling parts to be put in place before gluing and glue runs into and onto adjoining surfaces with capillary action. Excellent when pinpoint accuracy is required for pitot tubes, cockpit instrumentation etc…
CA Glue for Resin (Code CM08) 20g dropper bottle
Specially formulated to be used with resin parts – aftermarket cockpits, multi-media kits etc…
CA Glue Black (Code CM10) 20g dropper bottle
Black version for when visual indication of remaining glue is required.
CA Glue Extra Thin Black (Code CM11) 20g dropper bottle Black XT. Black version of extra thin, low viscosity CA glue.
CA Glue for 3D Printed Parts (Code CM12) 20g dropper bottle
3D Specially optimised to work with typical thermoplastics as found in 3D printed parts.