The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy

The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy

50 ml. Cartridge, 1 Part A, 1 Part B
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8oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B
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16oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B
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32oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B
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64oz. EZ Pour, 1 Part A, 1 Part B
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The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy

This high-impact, high-strength epoxy is formulated for clubmakers. Creates a very strong bond. High shear strength for very high torque resistance. Available in 50 ml. cartridge as well as in squeeze bottles.
The GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy is rated 4.875 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not Just For Clubs Decided to try this epoxy because it was a great price and it is black. Easier to use than clear. I have used this epoxy on clubs and on several boat and car projects. With the 4 hour working time, I have plenty of time to set up several projects at one time. The product is easy to mix, easy to apply and when dry has just the perfect balance of strength and flexibility. The viscosity is just right to allow it to flow out to a smooth finish. Highly recommended for all projects requiring epoxy.
Date published: 2011-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great epoxy, really like it for expensive heads On occasion when you epoxy a head or set leave it on your bench to dry overnight and come in the next day you will find that you got some seepage and there is some epoxy on the outside of the hosel, with my old epoxy from litco and then Intregal Products this was disaster, as even with a new razor blade it was very difficult to get off and has ruined many heads over the years. What I like about this epoxy is that if that happens it seems to be not 100% hardened and for the most part I can scrape it off with my fingernail, if that's not enough I can easily clean it up with a new razor blade, then turn the ferrule and polish it with acetone and wallah beauty. I concentrate on Miura and Epon products which are terribly expensive and I cannot afford to ruin a head, this epoxy ensures that I don't. Also my old supplier wanted me to buy a case to get the same price I had gotten for many years, well epoxy has a shelf life and I don't want to buy a case, to buy single big bottle of A and B they were almost double what Golfworks is. Thanks, David
Date published: 2015-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great epoxy product I made many sets of clubs, never had a head or iron come undone. I also use this for lots of other projects to glue together fiberglass and other substraights; works on everything. Also on metal pipes, aluminum, glass plexiglass it works well. I buying more to seal an old car frame from rusting, after sandblasting. also you can add West Epoxy cotton fillers to make it thicker to fill surface pock marks. Good golfing Paul
Date published: 2012-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good shafting epoxy. I've been using this shafting epoxy for about 15 years or more. It is also good for D.I.Y.'ers. I've found many uses for it. It works well for adding shaft extensions also. As my vision gets worse I sometimes have a problem measuring the 2 parts equally but it has been forgiving if I didn't get the two parts equal. I add shafting beads when I build a new club or replace a shaft for a friend. I would definitely recommend it to a friend.
Date published: 2014-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This epoxy lasts forever I have had the 4oz bottles for about 15 years now and it still flows and bonds up solid. I would get fresh for club heads but the way it still sets up bet I could get away with using this 15 year old stuff. I am getting more this week end from Westbury store in case I need it and before my state wont allow it anymore.
Date published: 2014-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dependable previously had used Golfsmith epoxy which was too viscose,ran, and created poor bonds. This epoxy is easy to work with when doing an entire set or just a single club. Not runny and provides a solid proven bond.
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from does what it's meant to do No worries about dependability, use what the pros use. My 8 iron is like new
Date published: 2016-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delivered as advertised,parts superior quality I put it all together and works fine. Top quality products.
Date published: 2015-06-17
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do you have the clear epoxy in the 8oz. EZ pour bottle ?

Asked by: Tom
No we do not have the EPX epoxies in the bottles available in clear.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-21

I have a long cruiser style handlebar that I have bent over time near the stem clamp on both sides, but it the perfect length. If I purchase another one and have it professionally bent and filled inside with this epoxy will it bend in same place?

Asked by: imacsal
We have no idea. This epoxy does setup fairly hard and I would think it would break when you try to bend the bars. If you are having this professionally bent I would ask them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-27

Used this to reshaft a Ping G2 iron, which has the typical Ping gap at the hosel. Now it creaks. I hear this is a common problem. Suggestions?

Asked by: Don M
Ping hosel bores do tend to run a little big and loose. Make sure the shafts are sanded high enough and make sure to use enough epoxy so that you have excess epoxy around the top of the hosel to clean up when assembling. This insures that you have complete epoxy coverage. I would also use Quik Center (QCSB) to help tighten the fit and keep the shaft centered in the bore.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-23

what is the cure time and lap shear strength psi

Asked by: cubclark
It cures in 24 hours to 2,765 psi and in one week it cures to 3,280 psi. It is a 24 hour cure epoxy.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-08

I am new to re-shafting, this will be my first go at it.  How much epoxy will I need to complete a set of 10 irons? 

Asked by: KC45
The Cartridge (EPX1) will be more then enough for 10 clubs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-25

does it bond to glass and titanium? thanks David

Asked by: doneshem
It bonds to titanium. We use it to bond shafts to titanium clubheads. It should bond glass as well as long as both surfaces are abraded and clean.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-03-23

will epoxy work on steel&graphite shafts,attaching heads?

Asked by: Rich
This works very well with both steel and graphite shafts. I personally have been using this epoxy since 1982.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-28

I put an adapter on a shaft. Now I would like to turn it. Can I just heat it and turn it, or do I have to take off and start again?

Asked by: Magoo
You need to remove the adaptor and start again. Clean the shaft tip and the inside of the adaptor and re-epoxy. The OEM Adaptor Saver Kit (GW0130) works well for removing the adaptor.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-16
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