A balloon," said Oz, "is made of silk, which is coated with glue to
keep the gas in it.
Usually, soap-bubbles are frail and burst easily, lasting only a few moments as they float in the air; but the Wizard added a sort of glue to
his soapsuds, which made his bubbles tough; and, as the glue dried rapidly when exposed to the air, the Wizard's bubbles were strong enough to float for hours without breaking.
The new system replaces the core glue pot with a traversing nozzle to apply glue to
the cores on a rotating spindle.
If necessary, add a bit of glue to
keep the collar in position.
Draw a design on paper, then use glue to
draw the outline of the design on the painted wood.
When surgeons operate on a person to repair broken bones, for example, they may be able to use the new glue to
hold the bones together.
5) Cut six pieces of ribbon long enough to crisscross diagonally across the board, and glue to
the back of the board.
Allow the glue to
cool and harden around the stamp, for about three minutes.
Other students chose to create background swirls with the glue to
add to the mood of the portraits.
The Quick conveyorized glue applicators and roller coater glue spreaders apply glue to
edge-glued stock and flat panels.
8] Seguin et al used fibrin glue to
repair type A aortic dissections in humans with good results.
Generally speaking the fish glue will attach itself to old glue, its just nice to regain some of the space for excess new glue to
The plywood glues were designed to be applied by "foam extrusion," which is one of four conventional ways the industry applies glue to
How to: Wrap the clothes-line tightly around the glass jar, dotting occasionally with a little glue to
hold it in position.
Physicians may soon use a harmless relative of Krazy Glue to
seal wounds instead of stitches.