Hey,<br><br>can´t believe there is no thread about laminated wood so far.<br><br>I´m planning my first laminate Slingshot.<br>Way less complicated than the ones from Flippinout of course...but i´d like to know <i>which glue</i> should i use/do you use?<br><br>Last time i glued olivewood and brass. I used epoxy. You know, mix the two liquids...put them in the oven...<br><br><img src="http://s1.directupload.net/images/120226/3499myfn.jpg" border="0" alt=""><br><br>Now i first want to laminate a few different woods to one solid block.<br><br>I know that wood-glue is kind of oldscool. You know, that white, waterbased liquid. You also need pressure to combine the parts.<br>I want a result that behaves like one solid part of a tree.<br><br>On a website that sells exotic woods i found none of those oldscool woodglues at all, instead i found Titebond Polyurethane Glue. It says it´s also for wood, but i don´t have a clue if that is some kind of new/beter version of woodglue. <br><br>Because woodglue is normally rock solid and used for furniture and stuff like that.<br><br>But if that PU glue is better (no pressure and dry in pnly 4h i think) i´ll try that.<br>The reason why i´m not glad with wood glue is because i want to combine two very diffrent kinds of wood.<br><br>Please tell me what you think and if you have experience with any of those glues.