from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of various usually thermosetting resins capable of forming tight cross-linked polymer structures characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage, used especially in surface coatings and adhesives.
- n. See epoxide.
- transitive v. To fasten together with epoxy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Derived from an epoxide.
- n. A thermosetting polyepoxide resin used chiefly in strong adhesives, coatings and laminates; epoxy resin.
- v. To glue with epoxy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
- v. glue with epoxy
I dip the free end in epoxy to keep it from unraveling, but that is not critical.
To be sure, it would be best to find out what epoxy is being used for that component and check with the epoxy supplier.
Should have had @wendilynnmakeup dip you in epoxy to make the illusion really solid.
BPA is also in epoxy resins used to make paints, adhesives and canned food liners.
Since it is made with plywood coated in epoxy you can only make it so fast because you have to wait for the epoxy to cure.
This is a wheat bread, a whole-wheat bread, and it's made with a new technique that I've been playing around with, and developing and writing about which, for lack of a better name, we call the epoxy method.
As it was, I managed to shy away just in time, but it slapped against the joist as loud as a thunderclap, and left a mark in that graphite epoxy, which isn't an easy material to scuff.
He told architects the epoxy was a perfect solution, and would help even "extremely deteriorated" pipes last another 50 years.
He thought another big source was from a resin, known as epoxy and made partly from BPA, that is commonly applied onto ship hulls to prevent them from rusting out or becoming covered with barnacles.
A special type of cement known as epoxy mortar cement, which has special additives and which is
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