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Hot Melt Cool Spray

Quick cooling attachment for glue gun.
 
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Hot melt glue is great for making cardboard models, but I find I'm always holding pieces, waiting minutes for it to solidify. I need an alcohol spray attached to the glue gun. Or some kind of spray. Ether? Not water; I don't want my cardboard to get wet. Something that doesn't dissolve the glue would be nice.

In other words, squeeze some glue. Then another trigger activates the spray which comes out near the glue tip. Probably a pressurized can that clips on the gun, but is linked to the cooling trigger.
flypaper, Sep 01 2003

Spot Cooler http://www.exair.co...ucts/asc_frmain.htm
"The Adjustable Spot Cooler provides a precise temperature setting from -30°F (-34°C) to room temperature. " [bristolz, Oct 04 2004]

Halfbakery: "freeze torch" http://www.halfbake...idea/freeze_20torch
Circa Aug 02 | "A small hand-held device, much like a blow torch, that emits a soft stream of very cold air ... " [bristolz, Oct 04 2004]

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       How about just a blast of compressed air? With the expansion of release out of a canister, it's very cold.
Cedar Park, Sep 01 2003
  

       [CP] That's true, maybe I'll try that first.
flypaper, Sep 01 2003
  

       Thanks for the links [bristolz]. I tried can of 1,1,1,2 Tetrafluoroethane and that works pretty well. Doesn't wet the cardboard. Can comes with about 0.030 inch ID tube of plastic which is big help in directing spray to hot glue. Now to figure out packaging together with glue gun.
flypaper, Sep 03 2003
  

       Yeah, both combined into the one neat little package. I like it.
RoboBust, Sep 03 2003
  

       There goes that pesky ozone layer.
Spare parts, Jun 24 2004
  
      
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