Something for experts: Is there not flammable, heat resistant (at least 300 degrees) to buy for personal use in small amounts? And then as the title: The commercially available 2-component adhesive composed of epoxy resin - is the combustible CURED? Please not speculate, but only respond if someone really has a clue! Thank you!
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If your default 300 degrees, the conventional bonding technique eliminated. At the very latest at about 140 degrees is the end with "classic" adhesives.
When epoxy resin is above 100-150 degrees (depending on the specific formula of the resin) and conclusion. And yes, cured epoxy is combustible, which is often, but not so burns quickly, but rather wegschmort.