|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 9 inches|
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|Item model number||1414|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Shelf Life - 12 months|
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I grabbed the ends of the boards and tried to force them apart. While I began with a small amount of pull I ended up pulling with all my strength (Ok, I’m 67 years old, male, and have arthritis in my hands… nonetheless I can press 200 pounds). The joint did not budge, crack, or do anything other than stay together. I then tried to twist them apart with the same result. No machine was used to test the board, they were not held in a vice or any clamp. It was my personal strength alone.
About two weeks ago I tried a similar test with the same result, but I had used pine in the same approximate dimensions. As this was “real wood” I thought the plywood test might yield different results. They did not.
Please try this test yourself. It is easy to do and the results are stunning, in my opinion.
In essence, the days of adding reinforcement to mitered joints are over. They were probably over years ago, but all my woodworking reference books talk about the lack of strength in mitered picture frame joints because the end grain to end grain joint cannot hold with glue alone. Modern glue, like Tightbond III has turned this advice stale.
Now, a woodworker can align the joints properly, cut the wood squarely, and make sure the wood is clean and glue the joint.Read more ›
Of course, only having used it for building indoor furniture, I cannot attest to the waterproof nature of this glue, but with all other things - open time, bond strength, color, etc. - I am sold. Titebond III is a winner in my book.
The biggest difference in working with it is the glued-up joints get sticky pretty fast--making it easier to work with because it holds the pieces in place yet still allows for some movement until the 8 minute mark. The older version seemed more watery initially and not as durable after 24 hours.
A substantial overall improvement--worth throwing out the old stuff and replacing it with Titebond III.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product has been the standard for woodworking pros for decades. Before the 800lb gorilla swaggered into the room, taking the market by storm and strong-arming his way to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by roboscratch
Titebond is always the best glue for woodworking projects. It holds better than anything else I've tried and isn't as much of a negative affect on stain. Read morePublished 13 days ago by The_pakettle
I first bought this to build an end grain cutting board with and have since used it on some other projects as well. It bonds wood extremely well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam Chin