There are several choices available when you need to bond together two metal items. The surfaces of the two items can be fastened together using a machine or they can be soldered, welded. Another solution that is much more time efficient and easy to do is to bind them together with a Metal bonding adhesive like the ones you can find from places like CT1.
Some of the benefits of using an adhesive for metal bonding are:
No need for making holes
When using adhesives you do not need to drill or make holes into the surface of the metal which means that the surface is not compromised in any way and it is much more aesthetically pleasing that it would be with holes that may then need to be covered up at some point. It also means that the metal will stay water-tight and another benefit of the adhesive is that it will act as another layer of sealant, making it even more water tight.
Strength – it could be said that using adhesives to join metal together gives a stronger join as the glue is distributed over a larger surface area, rather than being concentrated in one area such as a screw or a nail would be.
Versatility – metal bonding adhesives can be used on a variety of different metals that all have different strengths and different heating points. This means that this way of joining metals is much more effective for those working with lots of different types of metal in the construction of one item.