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March 13, 2018

UV Cold Welder


From the website:



This heat-free welding tool uses a patented liquid polymer that reacts with UV light to form a bond in just four seconds.

Ideal for any material, including metals, wood, glass, plastics, and ceramics, the pocket-sized pen tool has a 4-oz. replaceable liquid plastic cartridge that opens to reveal a needle-sized applicator.

The non-conductive liquid material forms a durable waterproof coating, making it ideal for insulating a frayed low-voltage wire (such as a laptop's power cord), repairing a broken eyeglasses frame joint, plugging leaky pipe, etc.


The material cures when exposed to the built-in UV light.

Unlike typical adhesives that dry out when exposed to air, the plastic remains liquid until exposed to UV light.

UV light uses a CR2302 battery that provides up to five hours of continuous use.

Includes one liquid plastic refill cartridge.

Tool dimensions: 5.5"L x 0.5"Ø.

Weight: 1 ounce.

Includes carrying case.




March 13, 2018 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


I wonder how shelf stable this is...I picked up some Suguru for the same sorts of fixes this does, and putting it in the freezer helps, but it still has a limited lifetime before it hardens.

Posted by: clifyt | Mar 13, 2018 11:56:44 AM

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