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    Nexabond 2500

    Has anyone tried Nexabond 2500 adhesive made by Bioformix Inc.?
    It is a new Cyanoacrylate adhesive formulated expressly for woodworking.
    David Helm has been doing woodworking demonstrations using Nexabond.

    Les

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    Nexabond 2500

    I just used it today for the first time. For the application I needed it for it was perfect and worked very well. I had some half-inch MDF panels for drawer fronts that were set into a rabbet in a popular frame. A very small bead around the inside of the rabbet and then pressed the MDF into it and clamped for 10 minutes was all that was required. A nice tight bond although it will never really be tested for stress it did what I needed to do.
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    I've been looking at it, but with all the stories about CA it's got me wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Elm View Post
    Has anyone tried Nexabond 2500 adhesive made by Bioformix Inc.?
    It is a new Cyanoacrylate adhesive formulated expressly for woodworking.
    David Helm has been doing woodworking demonstrations using Nexabond.

    Les

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    I have the short (1 to 3 min) and long (3 to 5 min) open time and have used them quite a bit over the last several months. They work great and are now indispensable. They are a little pricey but when you need to get something bonded quick it is my go to glue.

    Jack

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    What have you tried Les and are you willing to share your results?
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    Jim,
    I haven't tried any yet.

    Les
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