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1. Hot Melt and YOU! - Global FlyFisher

...First published October 20th 2002 More about: Home made materials Hot melt glue Hot Melt and YOU! by The Mad Scientist W ith the introduction of the f... ...silicones and other glues have been a strong part of the fly tyers arsenal. One adhesive material that has been overlooked has been the use of hot mel... ...I don't know. The use of hot-melt glues in making flies is simple, efficient, fast and cost effective. Glue guns and hot-melt glue sticks are all you ... ...cks: The Fish Guy Glu-Stix.com One fear or concern is the ability of the glue to withstand direct sunlight causing the glue to melt. In the many years...

2. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 6, Harry Boyd

... whisk away any dust, and slather the strips with glue. Once we’ve painted the strips with glue we bind them together, straighten any bends and sweeps... ...ides enable us to roll the strips together neatly once we have applied the glue. Choosing the right glue is imperative, and we will not be able to fin... ...ardware store. Over the years rod makers have used four basic types of glue. Hide glues were used for many years, and serve well as long as they are c... ...to use and are water soluble, thus they aren’t the best choice. Resorcinol glue is used in making plywood and other laminates. Its chief drawback is u...

3. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 6, Harry Boyd

... whisk away any dust, and slather the strips with glue. Once we’ve painted the strips with glue we bind them together, straighten any bends and sweeps... ...ides enable us to roll the strips together neatly once we have applied the glue. Choosing the right glue is imperative, and we will not be able to fin... ...ardware store. Over the years rod makers have used four basic types of glue. Hide glues were used for many years, and serve well as long as they are c... ...to use and are water soluble, thus they aren’t the best choice. Resorcinol glue is used in making plywood and other laminates. Its chief drawback is u...

4. Global Fly Fisher, Working with cork, a complete rod handle treatise by Dave Lewis

...les and making sure they fit the blank snugly, you are ready to glue the rings in place. Glue must be used sparingly to prevent very noticeable glue l... ...f any length to be glued at the same time. Drying time is usually over night, though with heat, grips can be turned in a couple hours. I always feel o... ...ed it with a 1/4 tap so I could thread threaded rod into it. Corks were glued up on a foot long piece of threaded rod and tightened on either end with... ...ing and used the nuts to clamp the cork till the glue dried. The other end of the rod threaded into another shaft that ran in two more pillow blocks. ...

5. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 7, Harry Boyd

...ch strip to its final dimensions. In our last look at the process, we glued the individual strips into a rod blank. This article will describe all the... ... the rod blank, straighten any stubborn bends and twists left from the glueing process, trim the rod sections to length, and prepare and install the f... ...e your own methods. Excess glue seen at each corner must be sanded away. Removing the excess glue from the finished rod sections is a straight forward... ...aper attached to a hard sanding block, carefully remove most of the excess glue from one...

6. Felt soles - Global FlyFisher

...g the felt soles on your wading boots requires little work... but a lot of glue! By Martin Joergensen Oops! Martin Joerg... ...a week. And you cannot use them the first days after the new felt has been glued on. So prepare for a break in your fishing. All pictures in this arti... ...s the soles come with heels. Sometimes you get studs and sometimes you get glue too. Make sure the soles are large enough to fit your boots plus a bit... ...hreads in your boots. And buy more glue! A single tube is not nearly enough, and I recommend buying a can of glue, preferably with 0.25 liters or more...

7. Felt soles - Global FlyFisher

...g the felt soles on your wading boots requires little work... but a lot of glue! By Martin Joergensen Oops! Martin Joerg... ...a week. And you cannot use them the first days after the new felt has been glued on. So prepare for a break in your fishing. All pictures in this arti... ...s the soles come with heels. Sometimes you get studs and sometimes you get glue too. Make sure the soles are large enough to fit your boots plus a bit... ...hreads in your boots. And buy more glue! A single tube is not nearly enough, and I recommend buying a can of glue, preferably with 0.25 liters or more...

8. Global Fly Fisher, Making Grips II

...ocking grips with an inlet hood, I glue the first two rings together first, to avoid crushing the thin walled ring that accepts the reel seat hood. No... ... ring are painted with glue and compressed on a threaded rod fitted with a washer and nut on each end. Apply enough pressure such that the glue begins... ...e grip. Note also the lack of glue lines. All these grips were done on the same lathe setup. The beauty of turning your own grips is the ability to si... ...ring is then bored to size and slipped onto the threaded rod. Glue Up Once the rings have been bored to size, they need to be glued up and clamped tig...

9. Dogma fly framing - Framing flies with few materials and easy methods - Global FlyFisher

... First published March 12th 2006 More about: Do it yourself Hot melt glue Gallery Tie Better Dogma fly framing Framing flies with few materials and ea... ...rials and glues in order to make the frame and flies last for decades. I will not make a case of compromising on these important matters for “real” fr... ... knife is usually not something done with elegance. So get a matte cutter. Glue and tape Selecting glue and tape for your framing work should not be l... ...hot melt glue for most of my framing work, and that has worked out very fine. The glue is easy to work with, fast “drying” and long lasting. Glue stic...

10. Build a rod, 2: Reel Seat and Handle - Part 2: Creating and finishing a cork rod handle and a fighting butt - Global FlyFisher

...oned exactly on bushings Jan-Ole Willers Bushing in reel seat, ready for glue to fill the gap Jan-Ole Willers Reelseat mounted on bushing, prepared to... ...om masking tape. To connect the two parts I am using a two component epoxy glue. Put some glue on the bushi... ...ngs and slide the reel seat over them. Once it is in place, fill some glue in the gap between the reel seat and blank. This will create a strong, dire... ...e force. This could in the worst case end up in a loose reel seat – if the glue of the masking tape lost its grip. This epoxy bond has to cure with th...

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