Can anyone comment on the approximate breakdown temperature of the various Golfworks epoxies?  I am reading that some epoxies are hard to break without using a torch.

For irons a high temperature bond is probably fine, maybe desirable.  For graphites ideally it would be well below the epoxy holding the shaft together, but well above the temperature in a hot car.  This allows reuse of the shaft when the grooves wear out.

Perhaps the choice of epoxy depends on the application, not just the time one has before use.

Rlafoone Answered question June 23, 2023