I am working on a special project. I need to bond a bronze bushing to a hole drilled in a carbon fiber block. The bushing will be fixtured in place, both seams at each end will be temporarily sealed with silicon then I need to inject glue(epoxy) in through an access hole to fill the gap between the bronze and the carbon. The gap will be approximately .005" to .010". There will be a vent hole at the opposite end of the carbon fiber block. I need low viscosity and a long working time. The glue will be subjected to oils, water and solvents, and it must cure hard.
Any suggestions on a supplier?
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