III Ultimate Wood Glue - Waterproof - 16 oz.
Titebond® III Ultimate Wood Glue is the first one-part, water cleanup wood glue ever offered that is proven to be waterproof. The waterproof formula passes the ANSI/HPVA Type I water-resistance specification testing and offers superior bond strength, longer open assembly time and lower...
- Passed ANSI/HPVA Type I Water Resistance Testing
- Waterproof formula that cleans up with water
- Superior strength – strong initial tack
- Designed for interior and exterior applications
- Easy to apply with bottle (for fine application), roller spreader or brush
- Longer open assembly time
- Lower application temperature
- Application Temperature: Above 47°F
- Open Assembly Time: 8-10 minutes (70°F/50% RH)
- Total Assembly Time: 20-25 minutes (70°F/50% RH)
- Minimum Required Spread: Approximately 6 mils or 250 square feet per gallon
- Required Clamping Pressure: Enough to bring joints tightly together (generally, 100-150 PSI for softwoods, 125-175 PSI for medium woods and 175-250 PSI for hardwoods)
- Not for continuous submersion or for use below the waterline
- Not for structural or load bearing applications
- Use when temperature, glue and materials are above 45°F
- Store product below 75°F. Storage above this temperature may cause product to thicken and reduce the usable shelf life. If thickened, shake vigorously by firmly tapping bottle on a hard surface until product is restored to original form.
- Due to low pH, product may cause corrosion on metal surfaces; test product before using where rusting/corrosion may be of concern
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In response to all the woodworking and Facebook fans of the segmented woodturnings and segmented press designed by Bill Sands of the Turning Tuesdays woodworkers, here is the “How-To” in making a press to ensure that each segmented layer is glued and assembled for turning a segmented bowl, vessel, plate, urn, or anything else your imagination may conjure up.
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It’s the time of year when the air turns crisp and the colors abound in nature to inspire ideas as the holiday spirit starts to come alive with creativity in woodshops everywhere. When we think of Autumn, the aromatic flavors of fall fill the air with pumpkin pies, apple desserts, canning for the upcoming winter months, kids playing in leaf piles, bonfires and sawdust! Fall festivals with homemade goods featuring crafts and hot apple cider begin to pop up in many communities. Many types of woodworking projects can also be found, like these pumpkin creations by woodworker, turner and carver, Rex Kenyon. We asked Rex to create two different style pumpkins, one for Halloween and one for Thanksgiving, and here is what he came up with. You’ve got to take a serious close-up look at these pumpkins shown left to determine if they indeed are fruit or wood! How did Rex make these come to life? Let’s find out!
A couple guys from Turning Tuesdays build the segmented bowl press from customer response on our Facebook, and YouTube Channels.
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Probably the best vinyl latex type adhesive. Works on leather and paper as well as wood.
No problems with this glue.
Holding two piexes of wood.
I would buy this glue again and recommend
I use this glue on all my outdoor projects. When you use the best, Titebond, you cann't go wrong.
It does the job
IT'S GREAT FOR GENERAL ALL AROUND USE ESPECIALLY WHERE MOISTURE MAY BE A PROBLEM.
Should have bought the larger size
Great for woodworking, strong glue joints.