I'm about to lay up some panels with cocobolo veneer. Typically I would use white glue on a job like this, but I'm concerned about the oiliness of the cocobolo. Should I think about using something different? If so, what?
From contributor Ch
Urea Resin. Hot pressing is the best, but If you cold press, wipe it down with a little acetone.
From contributor Jo
With Charles 100% on this one. Urea resin really shines on the difficult to glue rosewood species.
From contributor St
Smiths oak and teak epoxy works really well on these species. A great choice if you need the gap filling capabilities of an epoxy resin. See here for details: http://www.glueoakandteak.com