CA glue as a laminating agent

What is the consensus on CA glue (used with an accelerator) versus carpenters glue as laminating glue with regard to strength? SEEYA Jack

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RE: CA glue as a laminating agent

My experience with CA as a bonding agent for laminating has been poor. There's insufficient gap-filling capacity to accomodate the inevitable variations in flush layers. Additionally, you'll have to move pretty fast, most likely too fast, to be able to stack laminate layers, clamp them into a mold, even a flat one, and make adjustments while clamping. I would suggest Titebond III or the old faithful resorsinol. Also, if laminating curved pieces, you'll get virtually no "spring back" if you have five or more laminate layers. Hope this helps.

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