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Yes brazing would work,but requires more work and I doubt he would do a clean job if he is not experienced.Counter-sunk screws would work also,his aluminum should be thick enough to hide the head.
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Wrong; epoxy is not a glue, but rather a form of thermoset polymer...
Thanks for deleting the wikipedia link I provided which states everything you try to correct me on... As if I didn't know that already...

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JB weld actually comes in fairly small tubes; the total volume is typically less that that in a tube you have shown.
My only experience with JB weld is in rather large jars of it. I've never used or seen the small tubes of it.
    
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Thanks for deleting the wikipedia link I provided which states everything you try to correct me on... As if I didn't know that already...
Thank you for taking my response out of context.

Most of my information was primarily meant to be informative to the OP

The big corrective points I was making were the following:
  1. Epoxy is not a glue; the Webster's definition of glue is specific, just many people incorrectly label epoxy as a glue.
  2. While temperature does have an effect on curing times, cooling mixed epoxy does not provide a significantly longer working time; it's better to use a hardener that gives you the working time you need.
  3. Those syringe tubes of epoxy are impractical to use, the separate bottles are more convenient and cost effective.
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I am still mulling this over and after days I have finally thought of what you should use. Colored anodized or copper rivets. If they are good enough for the great Wild Bill, they are good enough for you. I think it would look hot. It would have enough low profile to be unobtrusive, but still look pretty tough. Here is a place with red ones. Maybe I'll even get some for the Lian Li mod I am planning.
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What kills me, is that he wants to affixe the mesh to the top...ok fine. But after that, how do you get the screws into the rad without holes in the roof? LOL
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Doesn't anyone use pop-rivets anymore? so much easier to rvet 2 thin surfaces together than any of the previous comments.

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I am still mulling this over and after days I have finally thought of what you should use. Colored anodized or copper rivets.
Ok I didn't read the last page... that took you days? took me reading page 1 and 2.... and they don't need to be fancy colorized ones, $5 at the local hardware store will get you a gun with about 20 of the 4 most used rivet sizes. Every gun I've seen for sale comes with 80-100 rivets for free.
Edited by gcampton - 4/11/11 at 3:40pm
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Thanks for deleting the wikipedia link I provided which states everything you try to correct me on... As if I didn't know that already...
*OT
It doesn't matter what forum you go to there's always some, just try to pretend they don't exist and aren't human, ie. don't talk to them or even glimpse at them... or you can shoot yourself in the foot.

edit: I'm joking of course radodrill is a good guy, but I actually recently got banned from the unix & linux forums for advocating open source QT platform and it's free licensing rather than the closed Android and it's not so free licensing.
I didn't get a warning or anything, just banned. It makes you wonder how some people get moderator rights. Apparently I breached their rule about Operating system VS Operating system. "No1 is to bag or advocate an operating system is better than another." I contacted the mod on a proxy account and explained I was talking about licensing and not OS's, but he simply stated that he had handed my details over to the FBI for making a proxy and "invading" (his words) his forum. He was Indian, and lived in India... I'm Australian and live in Australia... Someone for the love of god please tell me how the FBI can come into this? CIA maybee, but not FBI... makes no sense. I'm sure Americans want their hard earned tax paying dollars to fulfill the wishes of some little dweeb halfway across the world with a score to settle.
End OT rant*
Edited by gcampton - 4/11/11 at 5:06pm
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Not even CIA lol, thats no threat to national security or espionage.
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3M Automotive side molding tape_

This stuff is double sided tape and is super strong, I've used it for all my automotive work and once its on, its nearly impossible to take off. Super strong & sticky and will surely last. I use this stuff to install customer side moldings to automotive aero kits/ground effects. It holds everything together yet its not permanent =]
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