04:57AM | 01/03/06
Member Since: 08/14/01
6 lifetime posts
I am building a speaker cabinet and was wondering what is the best way to glue two pieces of wood? I know it sounds silly but I have read several different ways.

Put glue on both sides, one side. Looking for opinions of the strongest way to glue 3/4" plywood together?

Also what is the best glue? I have yellow wood glue but would liquid nails work better and stronger or is there something even better?



04:17PM | 01/03/06
Member Since: 01/02/06
25 lifetime posts
There are a number of ways to join two pices of wood.You did not say wether you wanter to (or can hide fastners). For no fastners a biscut joint or doweling. If you can pri-drill and put a #8 wood screw and yellow glue. liqid nails is not ment for clean butt joints (as a cabinet maker i would never use it in this application)

good luck

P.S Seal inside joints for air tight box.


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