BonicEvo Helps Bond Metals and Plastic Efficiently
Bondic developed a new liquid plastic welder, as announced by the company on July 28, 2018.
The company improved their original design of Bondic to develop the new BondicEvo. This device consists of a needle that applies a special mix of liquid plastic, which hardens in four seconds when exposed to UV light.
This tool can be used to bond several materials such as plastic, metal, and glass. Once this dry, it can can withstand temperatures between -40º and 150º C (-40º and 302º F). The company advices people not to use this device in direct sunlight, while boasting that it does work well underwater.
The original Bondic, has an applicator at one end and light at another, while the new BondicEvo has a pistol factor. This new feature makes the device easier to hold and eliminates the requirement to flip it over every time. Batteries for the light and cartridges of the liquid are easier to swap out, than the previous model.
The company is seeking funding for the launch of this device through Kickstarter. The Early Adopter Starter Kit, which includes the BondicEvo, a shaping tool, the UV LED, a tube of the formula, and a sticker, is expected to be available at US$ 11. It further plans on providing a storage tin, more tubes of the liquid, and other goodies, further planning to launch the device by September 2018.
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