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glue bonding steel to steel resisting >300C temperature?

glue bonding steel to steel resisting >300C temperature?

glue bonding steel to steel resisting >300C temperature?


I work on project of tool that consists of several steel beams that are screwed to one another. That tool has to be very stiff - I so think It would good idea to also bond them at contact areas. But there is problem: that structure should be capable of dealing with temperatures that are over 300C because it is one of components of injection molding tools. Are there such glues? Of course I would like also that glue to be very strong.

Thank you for answers.

RE: glue bonding steel to steel resisting >300C temperature?

No chance. What on an injection moulding tool gets to 300°C and needs a plate sticking on it?

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RE: glue bonding steel to steel resisting >300C temperature?

Brazing or welding would be more appropriate.

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