Pascal is trying that at the moment after I gave him a rod to try with.
From what I could tell, bevelling, cleaning and tinning the edges properly seemed to be key to getting it to stick properly. The bits I sledgehammer tested stuck really well where I’d done it carefully.
I reckon tin cans would be ideas to make small formers for “on the fly” mouldings 
Would be good if one took photos of the results where posssible too please!
Ok I am now the Benelux agent for Easyweld. well starting Jan 1st I am the agent, thats THE agent not an agent, all Easyweld sales and deliveries to Belgium, Holland and Luxemburg will be going through me, hopefully so will the German and French ones later in the year. Chris S (admin)
Originally posted by dannyp
I’m jumping in at the deep end with lead weights tied to me as usual, 1 T25 bellhousing with a hole in it….. could be interesting now do I have to take it off first
Yes, as you have to get the job up to temperature and the oil seals etc wont stand up to the temp required to weld the casting.
*although* – look at the rubber seal on the test coolant flange..no sign of serious issues there…
That looks fun and something that could be great new addition to my tool box. Problem is where do you get it? I would be really interested in trying some out..
As you are in America you can buy here http://www.durafix.com/ For in the UK from here http://www.durafix.co.uk
And for most countries in Mainland europe (Euroland) from me here at http://www.durafix.nl
We also have local suppliers for Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, & the Faroe islands at http://www.balutek.com/