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FIGURE 9A Open ”V” Joint Polymerizable Cementing

1. Prepare Parts for Cementing.

Scrape edges

1

  • 4"-5⁄6" wide

tape, adhesive down

CAUTION: Make sure that the tape does not affect the hardening or color of the cement.

1" wide tape to hold cement

2. Pour Cement.

Overfill to allow for cement shrinkage as it hardens.

NOTE: Bottom fillet may not require finishing in many applications.

Keep nozzle of dispenser deep in joint to insure complete filling.

Dispenser Motion

Tape folded up to seal end

1

⁄⁄ "3 " 8 - 16

1

⁄⁄ "3 " 8 - 16

or

1

16 "

3 1 6 "

FIGURE 9B

Open ”V” Angle Joint Technique

1. Position Parts for Cementing.

About 3⁄32"

Position pieces with small clearance not greater than .015". This clearance must be kept to prevent a dry notch. Paper, small wire, etc., may be used to position the parts prior to clamping. Remove spacers before cementing.

3⁄16" to

1

" 4

Dispenser

Inside edge of joint is filled by capillary action.

  • 2.

    Pour Cement.

  • 3.

    Allow Cement to Harden.

Overfill to allow for shrinkage.

4. Machine Off Excess Material (See Figures 11A and 11B).

5. Final Finishing, Sanding, Buffing, etc.

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