Mercury Adhesives is proud to have supported Boy Scout Troop 69’s Inaugural Drone Race. Be sure to check it out, and hit like!
In one of his most recent videos “Un Film Sur Thread-Locker“, he gives his brutally honest opinion on the Thread Locker from Mercury Adhesives. While the product review is hilarious, it’s also very informative. He opens up with saying that while the product is common and mundane, there is MUCH to learn about it. Check it out —
Before Christmas I bought a little bottle of M1100G and tried it out on my 3d printed parts of a GAU-2/A Gatling Gun Pen Holder. I almost cried as every part was glued perfectly. I make the pen holders for the men and women stationed at Moody AFB GA. But until now nothing would stick the pen holder together.
I am so happy,
This is an excerpt from an e-mail we received from a Mercury Customer —
Just FYI, I’m buying more and more on Amazon. If my hobby shop sold Mercury CA I’d buy it from them to keep them alive. But I won’t buy mediocre CA to keep them alive. I live near Puget Sound and have volunteered to be an Amazon test customer if they ever get permission for drone delivery. I’m a couple of blocks in from Puget Sound, up a street with almost no traffic so it would be a good test. Then they could drop off the CA in my backyard!
And here’s another one —
This is a follow up to our conversation of today 6/15/16 regarding my inability to purchase the M300M adhesive here in the Gainesville, Fla. area. You had requested that I send you this e-mail. Through our conversation I told you that I am a long time user of your product and will except NO substitute glue manufacturers. Can you assist me in finding the M300M in a 2 ounce bottle.
Please let me know.
Thanks for your time in this matter.
All we can say is…WOW! Such customer loyalty!!
Hobby Shops out there not selling Mercury…maybe you should.
We at Mercury Adhesives are truly honored by the reviews we receive, and the one made by Thomas Hintz leaves us humbled as well. Do yourself a favor and check out his web site, and while you’re there, read his review of Mercury.
and the review —
And his video puts a smile on our face —
Lastly, Tom is battling Alzheimer’s. Please help him in his battle —
Not sure if you’ve seen this unsolicited and surprising review of Mercury Adhesives from the March issue of FlyRC magazine, but here it is for your reading pleasure. All I can say is WOW! We had no idea it was coming; we didn’t ask for it and surely didn’t expect it.
Actual Mercury Adhesives Review.
PDF Version for easier reading —
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This is a quick review of Mercury Adhesives CA from the esteemed Pen Turner Scott Lincoln. Scott Lincoln is very highly regarded in the world of custom wood pens as being one of the best for his laser engraving and laser inlay pens and pen blanks. He sells “ready-made” pen blanks that are engraved with various designs, but he’s best known for his military logos of all the US armed forces.
CA is very important to him since he first applies multiple CA coats before engraving and then a few more after. The pen blanks are ready to be assembled by other craftsmen, but we often fill the engraving with CA to provide a smooth surface.
I like the CA. It builds nicely and takes a very nice finish. I did one blank with Brand X and 1 with Mercury using the exact same process, number of coats etc. and asked my wife if she could tell the difference. She picked the “Mercury’d” blank as being shinier and smoother. I did 5 or 6 more and she really likes it. It really doesn’t matter what I think, it’s what Candy likes that is important 🙂 Here a pic of a pen done with Mercury, not a good job of showing the shine but we’ll get something better for you. I’ll spend some time in a few days and do a review online for you if you like.
His web site is http://www.finewoodpens.com
His work was reviewed in a local Newspaper article. You can read it here — http://www.southwhidbeyrecord.com/lifestyle/286426711.html
And here are some pictures of the beautiful work he’s done with Mercury.