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Old 06-11-2018, 10:56 AM
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Default Questions on building a styrofoam buck.

I'm slowly in the process of building a styrofoam buck of a grill shell to make flexible shape patterns from. I plan on using MDF as the wooden base to attach the foam to. Blue Dow insulation foam from lowes, and drywall mud instead of bondo for the final shape. What is the best kind of adhesive/glue to use to attach the foam to the MDF and to itself? I have some 3m super 77 spray adhesive. Would that be a satisfactory choice? Didn't Kerry use liquid nails? My main concerns are a good bond, won't eat the foam, and is sandable.
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