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    Quote Originally Posted by mgb74 View Post
    +1 for Pliobond. But note that it comes with dire warnings about breathing fumes. Also, it does tend to separate in the bottle and needs to be shaken.

    I have also found it at the hardware store (a more traditional one that seems to have one of everything).
    Yes, don't pour it in a bag and huff it.

    The dire warnings are more for the benefit of lawyers the the guy replacing some leatherette on a camera, there's so little area to glue you don't need to worry about it. Unless you're cementing in batches of 50 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsdunek View Post
    Traditionally, shellac was used. I use gasket cement ... removed with alcohol.
    Ah, great, I was wondering where to get the stuff. From my limited experience German camera makers tended to use shellac and Japanese used pressure adhesive.
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    Traditionally bone glues were used, at least here in the UK (they do look like shellac).

    The only problem with using Contact/Impact ahesives is sometimes the solvents can affect modern materials.

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