Craftics #33 Thick Acrylic Cement
This is the best adhesive you can use for assembling our multi-part acrylic markers.
Dries clear and will not "fog" acrylic like thin CA can.
1.5-oz tube. Fast-setting high-strength, medium-bodied solvent cement. Bonds acrylics, Rigid PVC, styrene, butyrate, and polycarbonate to themselves and each other. As well as other plastics and porous surfaces. Fills small gaps and dries clear.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Feb 2014
I'm pretty sure Peter Parker invented this stuff for his webslingers. It leaves silk threads everywhere which are impossible to remove from the tokens because it sets so quickly. The nozzle is way too wide for the detail work of doing these tokens.
I suggest Zap-A-Gap. It works very well. A single droplet bonds acrylic very well even though it's not an "acrylic cement". And it won't leave a mess everywhere. Works the best for the Litko tokens.
NOTE FROM THE LITKO TEAM:
We would still recommend the #33 cement over zap-a-gap or similar CA superglues because the #33 glue has no chance of "hazing" the glossy surface of the acrylic tokens. Using CA glue can cause a haze that is impossible to remove.