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#1 posted 09-24-2012 06:51 AM

I use Titebond 2 and 3, and if I want more strength I use Urac 185 (specifically with my laminated bows) and cure in a big heated box at 100-110 degrees for bows with fiberglass I use smooth on which cures at 160 degrees in my heat box. I have used gorilla wood glue in laminated bows where the wood delaminated, switched to titebond 2-3 and it hasn’t happened since, but that could also be because I was new to glueing laminations at the time. I do still use Gorilla wood glue if I absolutely need a clear drying glue.


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