I need to glue together two large sheets of a non-porous material
face-to-face with a conductive or static-dissipative adhesive. I have
tried it with ordinary static-dissipative floor epoxy, but it never
fully sets up and remains gooey and non-conductive, even when applied
very thinly. In areas where it is exposed to air it sets up fine.
Is there another type of conductive adhesive I could use that doesn't
require air to solidify?
Thanks for any replies.
- posted 16 years ago