Smooth-On Epoxy Glue

$20.25$176.75

Smooth-On Epoxy Glue is specifically engineered for bow construction, with the longevity, flexibility and memory required to construct a fine bow. Smooth-On, a 1 part resin to 1 part hardener epoxy, requires 4 hours curing time in a heated environment of 150-180F.

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Smooth-On Epoxy Glue is specifically engineered for bow construction, with the longevity, flexibility and memory required to construct a fine bow. Smooth-On, a 1 part resin to 1 part hardener epoxy, requires 4 hours curing time in a heated environment of 150-180F.

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Size

1 Pint (1/2 Pint Part A & 1/2 Pint Part B), 1 Quart (1 Pint part A & 1 Pint Part B), 2 Quart (1 Quart part A & 1 Quart part B), 1 Gallon (1/2 Gallon Part A & 1/2 Gallon part B), 2 Gallon (1 Gallon Part A & 1 Gallon Part B), 1 Pint (Part A Resin Only), 1 Pint (Part B Hardener Only), 1 Quart (Part A Resin Only), 1 Quart (Part B Hardener Only), 1 Gallon (Part A Resin Only), 1 Gallon (Part B Hardener Only)

Customer Questions & Answers

    Does smooth on cure on its own or does it HAVE to be put in a hot box
  1. Q Does smooth on cure on its own or does it HAVE to be put in a hot box answer now
    Asked by knmjolly on May 1, 2020 6:10 am
    Answered by the admin Smooth-On will cure at room temperature in 24 hours. This works well for tip and riser overlays but is not sufficient for your bow. Your bow must be cured at the recommended 150-180 F for 4 hours.
  2. Will a half pint of each of the epoxies be good for the limbs of a 58" take down recurve bow?
  3. Q Will a half pint of each of the epoxies be good for the limbs of a 58" take down recurve bow? answer now
    Asked by Fisher Moore on November 11, 2019 7:01 pm
    Answered by the admin Thank you for your question. The pint unit of Smooth-On, half pint of resin and half pint of hardener, will be enough for 1 bow with a little bit left over.
  4. What is the shelf life of your smooth-on epoxy?
  5. Q What is the shelf life of your smooth-on epoxy? answer now
    Asked by Jim Markham on November 7, 2018 7:42 am
    Answered by the admin

    Thank you for your question. The manufacturer suggests a one year shelf life.

     

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