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How to use the adhesive manual gun for Swarovski glue

How to use the adhesive manual gun for Swarovski glue

12/09/2016
How to use the adhesive manual gun for Swarovski glue

Here is a full explanation for the way to use this adhesive manual gun specially designed for the CG 500 and CG 610 Swarovski glue:

 

Components:
Adhesive manual gun
2 plungers, one for each glue
Mixing injector
CG 500 glue
CG 610 glue

 

 

 

This device comes with two plungers, that pushes the tubes of the glue at the same time, so that the same amount of glue would come out.

This is very important because that is the best way to make sure that the glue is mixed with the exact ratio it needs in order to be as strong as it was designed.


Each plunger is designed for one of these Swarovski glues:
The one with the tubes in the same size is for the CG 500 glue.
The one with the large and small tubes is for the CG610 glue.

 

 

1. Lift the metal handle at the back of the gun, so it will stand right in the middle and will clear the way to insert the plunger all the way through the gun base.

 

2. Once the plunger is placed all the way to the back of the gun base you can slip the glue tubes inside the black frame from the top side, all the way down. 

When you lift up the black frame with the glue tubes, there is a small bulge on top that needs to make a ‘click’ so that you know it is strongly fastened.

 

 

3. Unscrew the top of the glue tube. Place the mixing injector instead and screw it tightly.


4. When you press the gun you can see that the glue it mixing nicely inside the injector. That small amount of glue that is the first to came out is not a good mix, so get rid of that and use the rest of the glue that would come out.

 

 

Now you can choose which way is more comfortable for you to work with this glue. You can use a syringe or not, whatever is right for you.
Here you can see how to use the syringe, if you like.

 

GITA team.

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