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Author Topic: More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?  (Read 805 times)

Ben Robertson

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More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?
« on: April 29, 2018, 02:58:19 am »

Hi folks, the adventure continues, in the cleaning process i have fond a number of fixtures that have lenses become loose of the fittings, there is a greasy residue on the edge of the lenses. what is the best adhesive / silicon ( heat tolerant? to what temp ) to use to hold these in place, i assume being optics these really need to be bang on when being re-seated.

all help advice appreciated
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David Ferrell

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Re: More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2018, 11:30:50 am »

Hi Ben. I believe what you need is the stuff they use for repairing glass oven doors. It needs to stay a bit flexible. Try searching Control Booth or High Endís forums.

LightParts.com can probably sell you the OEM adhesive, but iím sure it will be expensive.

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Tim Weaver

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Re: More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2018, 01:23:38 pm »

Hi Ben. I believe what you need is the stuff they use for repairing glass oven doors. It needs to stay a bit flexible. Try searching Control Booth or High Endís forums.

LightParts.com can probably sell you the OEM adhesive, but iím sure it will be expensive.


I bet High-Temp RTV silicone would work.
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Re: More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2018, 12:39:22 am »

Auto parts store, get some RTV for gaskets IF you are really concerned about the heat.
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Re: More Roboscan Fun - best materail to secure lenses ?
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