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Neophyte

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#1 posted 07-22-2018 08:17 PM



They are probably recommending something like DAP Weldwood. Comes in a powder and you mix it when you are ready to use it. Long open time and very still so it is great for bent laminations. Never seen it in a box store though.
Liquid Nails and Dynagrip are construction adhesives, generally polyurethane based. They would certainly work for gluing plywood to plywood, but I don t know why they would be any benefit to them over regular PVA wood glue. If you are just doubling up plywood for a bench top or something I am not sure there would be a huge benefit to something like Weldwood either. What are you building?

- RobHannon

I am building table tops for bistro tables. My question referred to plywood warping and several people suggested using non-water based glues. Here is my earlier post:

http://lumberjocks.com/topics/282226

-- Marc, NY


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