The GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact Epoxy

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact Epoxy


Max Strength High Impact Epoxy 50 ml
$10.99
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Max Strength Tour Set Plus Epoxy 50ml
$11.99
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$8.99
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Max Strength Quick Set Epoxy 8oz. (2 4oz bottles) -
$16.99
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The GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact Epoxy

NOTE: The GolfWorks Epoxy Cartridge Gun (#ESG2) equipped with a 2:1 Plunger (#VB1004) is required for proper dispensing. Epoxy Gun with 1:1 and 2:1 Plunger (#VB1005) also available.

Stronger Adhesion At Half The Cost! The new GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact and Tour Set Plus Epoxies have been formulated to match the peel and shear strength of premium 3MŪ epoxies only with more elastic qualities specifically needed for proper golf club head/shaft adhesion, at about half the cost. The Maximum Strength High Impact epoxy is formulated for the high volume clubmaker to gel in approximately 1 hour while the Maximum Strength Tour Set Plus epoxy with a gel time of 20-30 minutes is intended for smaller jobs and/or when you simply need to expedite the curing process. Both Maximum Strength epoxies feature a shear strength of 4500 psi and require a 2:1 mix ratio.

The GolfWorks Maximum Strength High Impact Epoxy is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top Notch The VB 1001 4500 psi epoxy is the best for building sets of irons when you have the time for epoxy to cure. I like to wait overnight personally. Here at Hot Stix Golf i build a 100 set of clubs or more a month. Great price as well.
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only Stuff I Use....Period With over 2,000 built golf drivers in the last year. I can say, this stuff works. I have had 0 clubs come loose!!! Unbelievably, will never use anything else. www.bombtechgolf.com
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Impact Epoxy Easy to mix, 1 hour work time. Starts to get sticky at 2 hours, Solid by 6 hours. Make sure to have some sort of club holding drying rack. Make sure to spiral on shaft tip, and work epoxy up inside shaft for maximum surface contact. Use measuring spoons/cups for 2:1 ratio!
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Need to do better The instructions for this are woefully lacking. I purchased a small quantity of it and it was very unclear when I ordered it that I needed to purchase an applicator to use it. Does the applicator dispense it in the 2-1 ratio or does it automatically come me out that way? Just so confusing.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No complaints Admittedly, I haven't built a ton of clubs, but the ones I have built have held up well using this epoxy. A few drivers and a few irons, and I am definitely not easy on my clubs and I do hit off of mats. You definitely need the epoxy guy with this for the right ratio.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great epoxy! This is a slow cure epoxy, which is good for club making. I would suggest that Golfworks include a couple mixing tubes (these attach to the cartridge) since you need a dispensing gun anyway; these tubes would speed up the process of mixing.
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top Notch The VB 1001 4500 psi epoxy is the best for building sets of irons when you have the time for epoxy to cure. I like to wait overnight personally. Here at Hot Stix Golf i build a 100 set of clubs or more a month. Great price as well.
Date published: 2014-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Duh ❗️ Epoxy I bought did NOT come with a plunger and could not find anywhere in description that mention it being a refill or mentioning it does not include plunger
Date published: 2016-06-24
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What is the difference between the cartridge epoxy and the squeeze bottle epoxy? Is the 2:1 epoxy superior to the 1:1?  It would be nice if you provided a little blog/document describing all of your epoxies.  Thanks!

Asked by: Derek
There is no difference between the epoxies we sell in the cartridges and the plastic bottles. It is just a different way to use it. It is not a matter of 2:1 or 1:1 epoxies being superior to another. They can all work well. The combinations of epoxy cure times, and shear strength go into the chemical makeup and are what dictate whether the epoxy will be a 2:1 or 1:1 make up. Personally I have worked more with 1:1 epoxies and used the plastic bottles or we use to get it in metal cans. I found working with 1:1 epoxies in this manner to be more fool proof then the 2:1 mixes. I am more comfortable working with a 2:1 mix with a cartridge to make sure it gets dispensed in the proper 2:1 mix. If you use to much hardner the epoxy will set up to hard and brittle and fail. I have worked in the golf club side of the industry since 1982 and the EPX epoxies is the epoxy I have used for all those years.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-30

what epoxies do you recommend when shafting either irons or fairway woods to either steel or graphite shafts

Asked by: Rich
The VB1001 epoxy or any of our epoxies for club assembly can be used to assemble any golf clubs with steel or graphite shafts. Personally I use the EPX and have for years with great success. https://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-high-strength-epoxy/p/EPX1/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-22

What is the difference between the Maximum Strength and Tour set epoxies?

Asked by: Deke
The main difference in the Max strength and the regular Tour set is the Shear Strength. Tour set has a shear strength of 3000 psi. The max strength has a shear strength of 4500 psi. Both are tested products and both shear strengths are more than enough for the golf club assembly application.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-04-27

pls. let me know what epoxy good for lead counterweight on iron shaft?

Asked by: yasu
The VB1001 or EPX1 would both be good choices for these weights. https://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-high-strength-epoxy/p/EPX1/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-03

How many shafts can you do with one cartridge?

Asked by: SmallCap
You should be able to do 3 to 4 sets of clubs from one cartridge.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-01

My epoxy is slightly older than 6 months.  I mixed some and left it on the cardboard to test.  The bond is very good but after it cured when I tried to fold it it breaks like peanut brittle.  Is this normal for "good" epoxy or should there be some pliabil

Asked by: mick
The Max Strength Epoxy is a 2 to 1 mix so as long as your mix was 2 to 1 you should be fine. Epoxy will set up hard and brittle if to much hardner is used, which is the 1 part in this epoxy. The epoxy manufacture recommends a shelf life of 1 year for epoxy and as long as it is stored in a room like temperature.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

Does this come with the hand plunger?

Asked by: Brent
No the Maximum Strength Epoxy Cartridges do not come with a plunger. Because they are a 2 to 1 mix we feel the hand plungers do not work well enough to dispense the proper amounts of Part A & B.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-05

was wondering what epoxy you recommend when reshafting callaway razr x forged irons on project x steel shafts

Asked by: manny
Really any of the epoxies we sell could work just fine. Personally I always use the EPX epoxies and have for years and years. It is always my first recommendation. http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-high-strength-epoxy/p/EPX1/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-23
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