I'm building an overarm blade guard from polycarbonate, solvent welded with
a made-for-polycarbonate cement (Caseway Industrial Products SC-325). The
only info on the can is "Fast setting cement for polycarbonate, medium to
high bond strength."
My question is, how fast does solvent welding work? If anybody knows this
stuff in partcular, that would be great. Barring that, how long in general
does it take? An hour? Four? Overnight?
The first pieces went together very well, and I've got a couple of light
weights on them to keep them together. It's been a couple of hours, and I'm
wondering if it's safe to take the weights off and work on it some more.
Anybody any relevant experience to share?