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MyFathersSon

180 posts in 1910 days


#1 posted 1554 days ago

Ditto on the TiteBond II. I’ve found if you press the pieces together for a few seconds then pull them apart for about a minute—when you press them back together you get a fairly fast tack and a reasonable set time.
If it absolutely positively has to go together immediately—I reach for my trusty brad nailer to supplement the glue.
If there is any risk of contacting a sawblade or routher bit—ignore that last comment.
Of course—there is always contact cement.

-- Those who insist it can't be done - should politely refrain from interrupting those who are doing it.


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