I am helping on a project where we have some sound vibration issues between a powder coated sheet metal panel and a polycarbonate cover. There is some clearance between the sheet metal and the cover, about .025 max in some areas. I need some advice on an adhesive that will stop the vibration between these two parts but at the same time be inexpensive and fast curing, 10 - 20 minutes. I am doing some testing using RTV 162 right now, which will take almost 48 to cure. The application will be on the production line, so any type of adhesive that needs an enclosed environment would not be in our best interest. Any help with some type of adhesive would be very much appreciated.
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