Any thoughts about the use of the new cyanoacrylate glue, Nexabond 2500, here? It is a bit more problematic trying to work it down into the end grain pores, although it can be done with the edge of a credit card (preferably a defunct account). I have had good, though short term, success with frame miters with it.
Hi, guys. I've been listening to your podcast while working in my workshop (ok, I haven't yet heard about the diapers-that's next up) this afternoon. In regards to the Nexabond 2500, I would like to recommend that you try it for mitered corner glue ups. No splines, biscuits, loose tenons. However, you might want to consider working the cyanoacrylate into the endgrain with a thin piece of wood or a thick piece of cardboard and putting glue on both pieces. You still get minimal squeeze out. And using the longer setting version of the Nexabond also seems like a good idea. I used the Blokkz clamping blocks and did one corner at a time. It's the trim around a floating panel top for a nightstand. Two months success rate so far.
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