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The group there are very responsive and knowledgeable
Yes I did; perusing some of the other threads there I was impressed by those very qualities.
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I think most serious watchmakers use the UV activated stuff, but there are other options. Just make sure you get something designed for acrylic, or it could cloud it up.
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FTE wrote: ↑Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:45 amEsslinger has a few different epoxies. Here it what I use:
https://www.esslinger.com/gs-crystal-hy ... stal-glue/
This is what I've used in the past as well, and I've been very happy with it.
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Some advice, go thin / light on the application and remove any excess before you put the crystal in place.