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Wood Glue Test Video

Postby sid_matheny » Mon Jan 06, 2020 9:31 pm

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Re: Wood Glue Test Video

Postby loyd » Tue Jan 07, 2020 8:31 am

Interesting video. The guy did a good job with tensile strength and impressed me with how strong most of the glues were in endgrain to endgrain connections. I kind of think that the shear strength [end grain to side grain] test was more a test of the wood itself rather than the glue. The tear out of the wood was telling in that regard. It would have been more convincing had he tested side grain to side grain for shear since that's the way most woodworkers would connect one piece to another. Having groused about that point though, I think he convinced me that Tightbond II or III or Elmers wood glues are better choices than any of the others.
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Re: Wood Glue Test Video

Postby henry » Thu Jan 09, 2020 7:48 pm

Thanks for the video on glues, Very interesting I usually stick with Elmer's I have tried some of the other brands that were mentioned but for my gluing Elmer's is the one I like.
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