That's why it's so important to know the best reprocessing and repair methods and materials for those who manufacture, maintain, or repair printed circuit boards (PCBs). Although Repair Glue is needed to repair higher-level items, players will need a lot of time and resources to access it. The most common way to clean up flux residue from a repair area is to saturate a cotton swab or foam with isopropyl alcohol or other cleaning solvent and rub it around the repair area. Most low-level items can be repaired simply by picking up the necessary materials, but higher-level equipment will need some additional ingredients, such as repair glue.
Repairing cracks in a solid surface material with a two-component epoxy filler can be faster, easier and more permanent than using cyanoacrylate, especially when repairing wider cracks. A simple repair in this case involves repairing the hole or break with polyimide tape and then using CircuitWorks conductive paint to paint the tape and restore continuity. Fortunately, the normal cost of repairing the material is replaced by repair glue, which means that players won't have to waste time collecting the right pieces from insects (and from nature) once they pass level 5.Swapping the cost of the material for repair glue (which is relatively easy to manufacture) can save a lot of time and effort.