T-88 is a high-performance, non-brittle, two-part epoxy adhesive designed to give superior results under adverse conditions. The adhesive may be used without modifications in normally fitted...
- Mixed at a ratio of 1:1 by volume
- Will cure at temperatures as low as 35F
- Unaffected by water, oil, kerosene, and many other chemicals when fully cured
- Immune to fungus and rot
- May be applied to damp wood, provided it is worked well into the surface
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Each year the Parkersburg, West Virginia, Humane Society holds a “Walk Your Paws” fundraising benefit. This year, Woodcraft had the woodworking opportunity to be a small part of this community event with the making of a prosthetic leg for a canine costume contest during the event. Keating, a male boxer mix, belonging to Woodcraft employee Nancy Miller, won a 1st place prize basket of treats with his pirate’s outfit, complete with a handcrafted willow wood pegleg.
I used T-88 for building my wooden aircraft ribs for my Pietenpol Aircamper. It is easy to use, mixes 1:1 and when dried it is rock solid. I put one of my glue joints into my bench vice to do a destructive test on the joint and gussets. The wood splintered long befor the glue joint even thought of breaking away. Great stuff.
great glue for load bearing structures
I use this glue in my therapy harp. Other glues will creap under load at higher temperatures. I use this glue to attach the soundboard to the soundbox and to attach the harp neck to the pillar.
I have used many brands of epoxy and found T88 System Three to be superior for almost any material including wood (even oily ebony), metals, concrete, etc. I don't mess with success -- just use the best!
This is the best epoxy on the market IMHO, I use it for inlaying mother of pearl in wood on boxes, picture frames etc. I tried a few other types and they all fall short compared to system three T88.
Strength and workability
Mixes very well and flows out beautifully for even distribution. Amazingly strong after cure. Another fine product that's available through Woodcraft.com!
what I was toldto use on my project
what we use,[...] thanks
use in boat building
Best structural epoxy you can buy!
I have found T-88 to be perfect for durable, high-stress applications. I often use milled and chopped fiber as additives to enhance its strength even more. I have used many types of epoxies over the last 20 years, and T-88 is the one I always come back to.
I tried this product but was not impressed. The set up time was too long and the price was no bargain.