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Eh? How can you weld plastic? Unless it's one of those space-age high-temp resistant plastic, there is no such service in Singapore.

 

However, you can ask about re-fibre of plastic fairing at most bike shops. Try asking HKL at Bt Merah.

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Eh? How can you weld plastic? Unless it's one of those space-age high-temp resistant plastic, there is no such service in Singapore.

 

However, you can ask about re-fibre of plastic fairing at most bike shops. Try asking HKL at Bt Merah.

"Keep your friends close but your enemies closer"

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Eh? How can you weld plastic? Unless it's one of those space-age high-temp resistant plastic, there is no such service in Singapore.

 

However, you can ask about re-fibre of plastic fairing at most bike shops. Try asking HKL at Bt Merah.

"Keep your friends close but your enemies closer"

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I've seen it done before, overseas. They use some kind of heat source to melt some plastic material to bond back the pieces together.

 

that is ultrasonic welding.

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there is such thing as plastic welding...theres even a kit selling on-line for DIYers...but locally, so far none..

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I ordered a kit online, highly recommended by a fellow rider on a US forum. And it didn't cost too much.

I saw the videos and this stuff looks amazing. I'm going to try it out over the weekend.

 

Btw, the set I got was the "Mini master kit". What the website didn't say was this, might be of interest if you plan on getting it:

 

Black: contains graphite, carbon fibre. High strength properties, good heat resistance

White: Best adhesion for general plastic repairs

Clear: For transparent and general repairs

 

I thought they were all the same, except for colour. There's even a reusable moulding bar in the kit that allows you to mould broken off pieces.

 

http://plastex.net/

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