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Viscoelastic adhesive

Viscoelastic adhesive

Viscoelastic adhesive

(OP)
Hello everyone,

I build custom platforms/bases for audio equipment. I am in the process of determining the best method to bond various materials in a layered configuration. My primary materials at this point are Panzerholz plywood, aluminum sheets, and slate panels. Any thoughts on proper adhesive would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Jim

RE: Viscoelastic adhesive

(OP)
I am considering 1/8" layers of Sorbothane between the other material layers. The Sorbothane site states that LORD® 7650 Urethane Adhesive would be a good choice?

Thank you,
Jim

RE: Viscoelastic adhesive

I would call 3M tech support, they have good adhesives

RE: Viscoelastic adhesive

(OP)
Thank you. I will give them a call.

Best,
Jim

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