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Non permanent adhesive for carbon fiber prototyping?

Old 01-02-2021, 06:21 AM
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Questions?? Non permanent adhesive for carbon fiber prototyping?

As part of my graduation project I'm prototyping a powered sailplane and I need some advise. The basic idea of its structure is to combine 3D printed ribs, etc. with carbon fiber pipes as spars. However, carbon fiber is expensive and if anything needs to repaired or replaced I want to be able to remove or replace anything attached to the carbon fiber.

I was originally thinking hot glue, but people are saying it could damage the epoxy. The other option would be something dissolvable like CA, dissolving it in acetone, but I'd image that would damage the epoxy as well. Anything would be very much appreciated!
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