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gluing osage orange9/11
I am building a bar top out of Osage Orange. Would Gorilla Glue work or should I use an epoxy based adhesive?
I'm no fan of gorilla glue unless I'm gluing copper to wood. I would use epoxy or Titebond III.
I think I would use epoxy myself. Remember if you use epoxy not to use too much pressure. That is, epoxy likes a thicker glue joint. Many of the "bad stories" about epoxy result because someone put too much pressure on the joint and so it did not have the strength required. High pressure (not too high) is fine for TB II, TB III, etc.
First choice: Tightbond II.
I've used titebond for small glueups of Osage orange. It worked well
Off topic, but I'm curious: is it stable enough for a big surface? And where do you get quantities of it?