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Adtech Pro200 Hot Glue Gun

Discussion in 'General Tool Chat' started by bigone5500, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. bigone5500

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    Anyone here own this gun? I have seen videos talking about how it starts oozing out where the stick enters the heating chamber. I have found a good deal on one but if it's junk then I'll pass.
     


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    Hey yall I have what I consider the best glue gun yet,, It is a Surebonder Ultra 60W and it scarcely drips at all. I got it from Dick Blick art supplies "dickblick.com" and it only cost 8.44 plus shipping. It is dual heat and doesn't snot out a half a stick when you are not using it. I can recommend this gun wholeheartedly, Their glue sticks are reasonable too....
     
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    What I meant is the hole where the glue stick enters the gun is where they had a problem with it coming out. On that note, I wonder if it is possible that they could be forcing the glue too fast with the trigger and causing it to backfeed as the stick is going in.
     
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    My glue gun will be here Wed. I'll post back here with my opinions about it.
     
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    Almost forgot about this thread. I got my glue gun in about a week ago. I used it to glue in a servo on one of my foam board planes. I checked it to see how fast it would heat up. It states in the manual to give it 3 minutes to reach full temps. I was able to get hot glue in less than a minute. It was not really hot enough to say it can be used in less than a minute but this thing is really nice. At $38 you can't go wrong.

     

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