You may have come across an incidence where something you own that is metal has broken. In fact you’ve probably come across this occurrence more than once. Most materials will happily bond together if they are broken either by accident or even design (that rather unpleasant glass Vase your mother bought for your birthday for example). However when it comes to metal objects it is a rather complicated and tricky business to try and bond them together again. It might be that you want to use the item again so you’d need a very strong product that can connect them. What can you actually use?
The first thing that you will need to invest in is a decent Metal bonding adhesive. There are several on the market and they are essential based around using a glue derivative much the same as superglue. The adhesive developed by CT1 is of a much greater standard than the stuff you find in regular retail. This is commercial heavy duty grade material that is extremely effective. It should also be noted it is very good at sticking you to things as well so be very careful.
It might be that you will need to move on and buy another one but at least with this stuff you can be assured that there is a fighting chance that the two bits of metal that you want to stick together will stay together. This stuff is used in construction so if you are looking to use it for building purposes then you are certainly going to be successful.