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Forum topic by woodworm1962 posted 02-15-2018 08:30 PM 418 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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woodworm1962

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02-15-2018 08:30 PM

While looking for a commercial HOT GLUE system to glue parts together, I ran across this 2P-10 stuff.

While i do not think it is good for LONG TERM JOINERY I did watch some vids on how some guys use regular Tightbond 2 type yellow glue on joints but use 2P-10 on a couple of small spots, activate it hold it for a few seconds then move on without the use of clamps. Working with the piece while the yellow glue sets for hours

WOW can you do that. Seems like a nearly perfect answer to keep things moving in the shop! you get both the long term STEEL LIKE grip of Tightbond 2 yellow glue with the no wait and keep working goodness of a FAST CVA

Can this be true?

Any advice?

-- No one likes the truth...


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Gene Howe

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#1 posted 02-15-2018 08:57 PM

Dunno bout 2p-10 but, I’ve used any number of brands of super glue for that purpose. In so m e cases, I hit the mating, unglued piece, with an accelerator first.

-- Gene 'The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.' G. K. Chesterton

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#2 posted 02-15-2018 09:37 PM

I’ve seen the 2P-10 used to glue together long lengths of MDF crown moldings along a 30 foot long wall. Scarf joints were glued together in about 30 seconds and held together during the installation. Mitered corners worked just as well. There are a number of manufacturers of the spray on accelerator though I’m not sure if they require a matched brand of glue or if they’ll work with any CA glue product.

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woodworm1962

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#3 posted 02-15-2018 10:07 PM

Yes gene one trim guy on YOUTUBE said glue on one side spray accelerate on the other then he sprays around the joint.

I used something just like it 25 year ago to marry monofiliment silk screen fabric to wooden screen frames. I dont know why I never thought of using it for wood working back then. So it took 25 years for someone to try it out for wood working??

Almost all on YOUTUBE use the gel.

I have exhausted my search for a permanent STRONG HOT GLUE! It just aint there… I saw and bought some GORILLA GLUE STICKS one day and they are even weaker than regular craft hot glue! Anyone want to buy a draw full of glue sticks?


Dunno bout 2p-10 but, I ve used any number of brands of super glue for that purpose. In so m e cases, I hit the mating, unglued piece, with an accelerator first.

- Gene Howe


-- No one likes the truth...

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shipwright

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#4 posted 02-16-2018 12:53 AM

Have you ever tried hot hide glue? Not quite as fast as CA but it is the good glue for long term joinery that you are looking for and it gets initial tack in a couple of minutes, often without clamps. Far faster work progress than pva’s and IMHO better glue as well.
Check this out: http://lumberjocks.com/shipwright/blog/series/5437

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#5 posted 02-16-2018 02:18 AM

Huge fan of hide glue as well.

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#6 posted 02-16-2018 02:33 AM

+1 for hot hide glue

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