Join Date: May 2010
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
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Alright, I'll ask some starter info first. can you get the base flat like it was originally, and line up the edge with its original location? If you can move it, see if you can find a way to get some epoxy in between the p-tex base/edge and the core. If that's possible, get two wood boards, wrap them in wax paper and clamp them down on the topsheet and base, to hold it in place while the epoxy sets. Definitely make sure you can get this to work before you apply epoxy, but with clamps and some way to make sure the edge goes back to its original shape, it should be doable.
EDIT: Use some good epoxy, go to a hobby store and get their 5-10 minute 2-part epoxy, it's the good stuff.
EDIT EDIT: Make sure you clean the area as much as possible.