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#1 posted 06-26-2016 07:19 PM

End grain to edge grain is risky and not recommended but a great glue like Titebond 2/3 or even a polyurethane glue may yield success. I make a lot of end grain butcher blocks and edge grain cutting boards and find that the more precise the joint is, the better the glue is, and the proper clamping pressure and dry time are all big factors in a long lasting bond. MTMWood videos on YouTube are great examples of proper glue up techniques and practices, he makes some very nice stuff.

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