A glue spreader is a tool used to spread glue evenly over a surface. It is often used in woodworking, as it allows for a more even application of glue than using a brush or your fingers. There are different types of glue spreaders available on the market, but they all tend to work in a similar way. You simply apply some glue to the spreader, and then use it to evenly distribute the adhesive over the area you wish to bonding together. Some people prefer to use a foam brush as their glue spreader, as this can help avoid any drips or messes. Others find that a regular paintbrush works just fine. Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference and what you have available. When using a glue spreader, be sure to apply an even layer of adhesive. This will help ensure that your bond is strong and long-lasting. Once you’ve finished spreading the glue, allow it to dry completely before proceeding with your project.
|Model||MT6113(single side)||MT6213(double side)|
|Max working width||1300mm||1300mm|
|Max working thickness||60mm||60mm|
|Rubber roller diameter||200mm||200mm|
|Glue spreading speed||23m/min||23m/min|