umm welded is for sure the wrong word..fiberglassed is proablly the word you are looking for but i dont think it can be done..but i dont know for sure,,if the cf has a clear coat it can be apited like prepped body panels can be painted
Not many things want to bond to Carbon Fiber for a structurally strong bond except Carbon Fiber using the same epoxy as the part used to cure.
That being said, uou can absolutely use a secondary bonding epoxy to bond carbon fiber to another surface if it's just to "hold it there." A few things to consider though:
- The surfaces to be bonded must be rough
- If the parts will see a lot of heat (i.e. sitting in 100+ weather in AZ), you may have delamination because the plastic underneath is expanding due to the heat, and the CF piece is not expanding (at the same rate). This may cause the part to delaminate.
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