3M Scotch-Weld EPX Plus II Applicator applies two-part adhesives with a squeeze of the trigger. The light weight applicator gun features rugged industrial construction to dispense 3M Scotch-Weld 2-part adhesives. The 3M Scotch-Weld EPX Plus II is designed for both 1:1 50ml, 2:1 48.5ml, and 10:1 35ml Duo-Pak cartridges.
Includes 2:1 and 1:1 plungers only. 10:1 plungers are available separately.
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Scotch-Weld EPX Plus II Scotch-Weld Applicator Gun
Use for dispensing 3M Scotch-Weld Adhesives
Designed for 1:1-50ml, 2:1-48.5ml, 3:2 and 10:1-35ml Duo-Pak Cartridges
Rugged industrial construction
Plungers for 10:1 (3M-69044) sold separately
Adhesive Dispensing Gun
I was recommended 3m DP190 to re-attach the soft ball on the end of a Ronstan tiller extension. It seems ridiculous to have to spend almost $100 to use some two part epoxy (the epoxy, the applicator gun, and the nozzles). Can you recommend something else that can be mixed by hand and doesn't require all the extas, but will hold the same way?Charlie
Certainly, you can use the "TRA-3071U" Marine-Tex Flex Set. This will bond to an incredible numbers of substrates including those you've mentioned. Here's the link " < a href="http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/show_product.do?pid=14030&familyName=Marine-Tex+FlexSet" target="_blank">http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/show_product.do?pid=14030&familyName=Marine-Tex+FlexSet< /a> " , thank you.
This applicator doesn't produce a 1:1 ratio properly. It seems to extrude less of the thicker resin. I mixed up a large batch to try to overcome this but it didn't help. The result took a long time to cure at all and didn't cure completely. It's a very expensive way to mix epoxy poorly, but 3M has you over a barrel the way they've designed their product to require this applicator.
Works good; costs a lot
Worked great but is ridiculously overpriced. You basically have no choice but to spend almost $50 for a plastic tool so that you can apply the adhesive. The pieces of plastic used as plungers are ridiculously priced as well, but again, you pretty much have to buy them in order to mix the adhesive. The product is a good product but the gouging on the price leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I ended up spending almost $100 to patch two 1.5 qt tanks. Unfortunately I had no choice since the tanks are no longer available anywhere.
Works exactly as advertised. Very easy and effective way to dispense products.