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PostPosted: 08 Feb 2024, 21:27 
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For antis use these methods:
1.- If I want to leave the rubber fixed on that blade, I can use the glue sheet.
2.- If I want to do tests and change the anti in more blades, I use these two ways:
A)If the anti already has a built-in gluesheet (ABS 3) I stick it first on some fabric to remove its adhesive power. I put water glue on the wood. I remove it with a credit card or similar so as not to break or damage the rubber or sponge.
B) If the glue sheet is not already incorporated, I dispense with it and put glue only on the blade, waiting for it to be dry but sticky before placing the anti.

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loboestep wrote:
For antis use these methods:
1.- If I want to leave the rubber fixed on that blade, I can use the glue sheet.
2.- If I want to do tests and change the anti in mor blades, I use these two ways:
A)If the anti already has a built-in gluesheet (ABS 3) I stick it first on some fabric to remove its adhesive power. I put water glue on the wood. I remove it with a credit card or similar so as not to break or damage the rubber or sponge.
B) If the glue sheet is not already incorporated, I dispense with it and put glue only on the blade, waiting for it to be dry but sticky before placing the anti.


Thanks for the tips!

So would I have any problems if I put the anti right away on the blade? So putting glue on its sponge and the blade. Would then the removing do any damage or I could remove that if I do it very carefully?

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PostPosted: 09 Feb 2024, 06:33 
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GregorTT425 wrote:
loboestep wrote:
For antis use these methods:
1.- If I want to leave the rubber fixed on that blade, I can use the glue sheet.
2.- If I want to do tests and change the anti in mor blades, I use these two ways:
A)If the anti already has a built-in gluesheet (ABS 3) I stick it first on some fabric to remove its adhesive power. I put water glue on the wood. I remove it with a credit card or similar so as not to break or damage the rubber or sponge.
B) If the glue sheet is not already incorporated, I dispense with it and put glue only on the blade, waiting for it to be dry but sticky before placing the anti.


Thanks for the tips!

So would I have any problems if I put the anti right away on the blade? So putting glue on its sponge and the blade. Would then the removing do any damage or I could remove that if I do it very carefully?


If you put glue on the sponge, these two things can happen, probably both:
The sponge will absorb glue and its properties will change.
If you remove the rubber with glue on both the sponge and the blade, it is likely to be damaged.

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PostPosted: 09 Feb 2024, 16:12 
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Seems fair and possible! I guess I am just better off with the glue sheet!

Thanks!

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