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Product: Glue
Long-range Bubble injection glue   (+1, -3)  [vote for, against]
quick dry glue gun

The glue is in an applicator similar to existing applicators except that an impellor powered with ingenious russian clockwork acting on kinetic energy released when you squeeze the plunger (ie:coiled spring) enriches the liquid glue with air bubbles.

This glue will dry very quickly because there is already air in the bubbles and less glue in the target zone. Cost effective and fast.

The long range bit was just for drama - I do have a few ideas for compressed air powered glue application from long range but its messy and should not be used by anyone under the age of 65.

While researching to see if anything like this exists I came across a scary link for Pneumatic Retinopexy so I figured something this simple wouldnt exist.
-- Trodden, Aug 30 2005

Foaming Glue http://www.adhesive...2101,132933,00.html
A Baked technology, it would appear, but interesting reading. [DrCurry, Aug 30 2005]

This is what it says when I click it
[Susan, Sep 09 2005]

Aaaaaargghh http://www.adhesive...2101,132933,00.html
Could it be that mysterious HTML syndrom??? [Susan, Sep 12 2005]

How hard did you look? It took me two seconds to find the attached link. (First second was wasted on "foam glue.")
-- DrCurry, Aug 30 2005

[DrCurry] could you please check the link? It does not seem to function.
-- Susan, Aug 30 2005

The link works fine for me.
-- Canuck, Aug 30 2005

ingenious russian clockwork - much like in their space stations.
-- benfrost, Aug 30 2005

Your search - "ingenious russian clockwork" - did not match any documents...

It was a long shot, but I really hoped there'd be something there.
-- wagster, Aug 31 2005

Susan: you need to check your typing - there's an "s" in the original link.
-- DrCurry, Sep 09 2005

It is the HTML bug. At work this link works fine. sorry about that folks.
-- Susan, Sep 13 2005

random, halfbakery