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Dont forget the screwsLOL
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Dubs I've got some titebond 3 you can have if you would like to try it?
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2 is supposed to be a lot stronger. Probably at a premium tho.
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For cost performence standard pva glue. Used all of them I didn't see any real benfit in the more expensive. Just everyday white pva wiped clean with a damp cloth. I have had Tightbond fail on Bubinga chairs and Paduk tables. I don't think it likes really hard woods.
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Yes bro nice one man,

when ever you pass thu again bro

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Ive seen ppls use only strapes and clamps 

no screws wat so ever, for pretty finish ect
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Originally posted by 70,s hero 70,s hero wrote:

Dont forget the screwsLOL
 Ive seen ppls use only strapes and clamps 

no screws wat so ever, for pretty finish ect
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Originally posted by Dub Specialist Sound Dub Specialist Sound wrote:

Originally posted by 70,s hero 70,s hero wrote:

Dont forget the screwsLOL
 Ive seen ppls use only strapes and clamps 

no screws wat so ever, for pretty finish ect


There are alternatives that are as strong if not stronger (glue)

http://www.axminster.co.uk/cascamite-powdered-resin-wood-glue-ax21688
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Cascamite is great for laminating, takes a long time to set tho. Axminster also do one better still, aerolite 360 . Strongest wood glue around imo. Gap fills like resin too :)
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Id like to try them tbh

maybe one day Big smile
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Well that was uneventful. Not even a crack, did the drop 3 times.

PU Ftw

https://youtu.be/X3pshRy-E_w





Theres a crane hire company on the same site. Next test 50 ft :)

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