I’ve used Weldwood Plastic Resin Glue for forty years, especially for bent laminations. Relatively easy clean-up, glue lines pretty faint, but preferred mostly because it cured stiffer than other wood glues (e.g., Titebond): lots less springback on curved parts. But I’ve discovered that it’s been discontinued, which produced a sinking feeling, as I’ve got eight chairs with bent-lam. splats to do. I need to find a suitable replacement. Epoxy is toxic, hard to clean up and ward off- a big deal when you’re bending on forms. Mixing and spreading it is a pain too. Any input is welcome.
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