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#### gluedudeguru

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« on: November 10, 2009, 03:10:56 PM »
Hello all,

I am looking to create a new glue for my company and i/we would like it to be a water based glue.  I will be gluing carbon arrow shafts to polyurethane vanes.  My search started (slowly and discouragingly) with poly vinyl alcohol.  It doesnt seem to have the tack and staying power that our solvent based adhesive has.  Any additives? Clays?  I hear boric acid helps with crosslinking and i will try it, does anyone know if this well help much?

Does any one have any expertise or knowledge with water based adhesive.  I am willing to try anything.  If there are any companies that anyone knows of that sells a really great water based glue, that is somehing i am willing to look into as well.

Thank you

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