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Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1999 20:59:54 -0500
From: Joe Johnson <jgjohnso@pressenter.com>
To: "Cube-Lovers@AI.MIT.EDU" <Cube-Lovers@ai.mit.edu>
Subject: Re: repairing broken cubes

Thanks to all who sent suggestions.  I achieved a successful repair
using a product called 'J-B Weld' and a pin (actually a cut off box
nail.)  The 'J-B Weld' is very strong and hardens almost to the same
hardness as the

original material.  I've been using the cube now for over a week and
it is holding up very well, although it probably is going to wear out
faster now since I take it apart quite often to inspect the repair.

Joe Johnson

From cube-lovers-errors@mc.lcs.mit.edu  Fri Sep  3 13:16:50 1999