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Create New Tabs on Urethane Bumper Covers

Urethane bumper covers are often discarded because of broken tabs and bolt holes. These bumpers can easily be repaired using an airless plastic welder. Because thermoset urethane bumper covers do not melt, you do not get a true fusion weld. Instead, the repair is similar to a brazing process. Grind the area to be repaired […]

Toyota Camry Mounting Tab Repair

One of the mounting tabs on this 2016 Toyota Camry has been damaged. The plastic is very thin on this tab, and it may appear to be unrepairable. However, repairing this type of tab is easy with one of Polyvance’s nitrogen plastic welders. This video will walk you through the repair process. Because this tab […]

Fix Broken Tabs on Motorcycle Fairings – Fairing Repair

Motorcycle fairings are often discarded because of broken tabs and bolt holes or missing pieces. In this video, we will use the PlastiFix kit to copy an existing tab with the molding bar. We will then recreate the missing tab here. Prepare for the repair by transferring the PlastiFix liquid into the applicator bottle. Unscrew […]

How To Make Mini Spot Welder Using old Microwave Transformer

The first subscribers of my channel remember that I was gathering the ladder of Jacob. As a source of high voltage a transformer was used from the microwave oven. But we are not interested in high voltage, but a large current. Accordingly, it is necessary to replace the secondary winding. Let’s check the resistance of […]

Repairing Broken Automotive Plastic Trim

If you regularly watch our tutorials, you’ll recognize this liftgate spoiler from our video on welds test plastic identification. This part does not have an identification symbol. By means of a weld test, we were able to determine that it was made of polycarbonate. We can now repair its broken tabs using R07 polycarbonate welding […]

DIY CNC Router on Certiflat Welding Table Part 1: Introduction

All right, so what I’m gonna do with this is I’m going to be building the CNC table out of this and this is one of their 3×4, but what I’m going to do is I’m going to extend out here another foot and so I have four four foot by four foot capabilities and […]

DIY CNC Machine on Certiflat Welding Table Part 8: First Cuts running G Code Mach 3

Well there you have it, it’ll cut I I Spared you guys some of the Final assembly of this stuff, it was all pretty simple same theory on the z-axis servo motor drilled and tapped four holes into this Z-axis plate about this CNC router parts spindle mount I wanted to get it running so […]