Workshop Shed blog asks:
I was just reading about your boat building and realised you'd be a great person to quiz.
I've got a couple of ABS parts I've printed and wanted to fix them together.
What adhesive would you recommend?
Good question. ABS is a harder plastic than styrene so a more volatile solvent is required. I've tried several and find that Pheonix Precision Paints Superweld works best for me.
Applied with an old paintbrush, it seems to grab really quickly and harden fast. Other ABS glues are available, but this is cheap and very effective so it's the one I return to. Even the bottle shape is good, as the wide neck and fat base seem to prevent accidental knocking over, although having said that I'll probably do it next time I use the stuff...