Alright, I am SO SORRY if I posted this in the incorrect place
I'm new to this site. I've been trying to research on this but I'd rather get opinion from people who work with stuff like this. Alright, so I am making something that involved a wooden dowel (1/2'' and sometimes 5/8'' outer Diameter) and I am placing it in tubing. When readily placed, I drill a hole through the tubing and need to places a piece of stainless steel wire rope (1/8'' diameter) about 6 inches tall inside. The wire will have some kevlar frabric at the opposite end with two t-nuts and some JB weld but I need to A) guarantee that the rope doesn't come out even with the tiny bit of weight at the end and B) can withhold temperature of fire.
I hope that makes sense... any questions, go ahead and ask me. i might not have been clear
I'm looking for somethign that can bond wood and stainless steel and withstand flames.