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Titebond Cold Press for Veneer

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Gallon Titebond Cold Press for Veneer Item #: 21529
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Quart Titebond Cold Press for Veneer Item #: 31844
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Gallon Titebond Cold Press for Veneer Item #: 21529
In Stock
 
Price:
$28.99
Each
Quantity:
Total: $28.99

Store Availability
Quart Titebond Cold Press for Veneer Item #: 31844
In Stock
 
Price:
$10.99
Quart
Quantity:
Total: $10.99

Store Availability

Overview

Titebond Cold Press for Veneer is a high-quality glue, for large-scale bonding of veneers to flat surfaces using a Vacuum Press or Veneer Press.

It is specifically formulated for cold press laminating of wood to solid woods, particleboard, MDF, plywood and other porous materials.

Titebond Cold Press offers a moderate speed of set, a translucent glue line and contains none of the harmful or corrosive fumes typical of most contact cements. It also prevents bleed-through on open-grained and unbacked wood veneers.

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I build one-off custom cabinets and...

Gil W from Grand Island, NE Posted September 28, 2011
I build one-off custom cabinets and have used this glue on almost all of my bent and flat laminations, either veneer or of multi-layer solid wood. I use foam paint rollers and a paint tray for application. It performs better under vacuum bagging as opposed to clamping in my opinion. My vacuum table is 5'x 10' and I am able to pieces up to 24" tall. It is larger than most but I am able to form large curved pieces and this glue has been great to work with. It has a long open time, making multi-layer 1/8" solid pieces managable. I have found that with the thicker solid wood laminations you need to coat each side of the layers. The resulting bond is extremely strong. And I have never had a problem with delamination in over 10 years. It's ease of use, and great working times make it ideal for almost all veneer and lamintaion projects. As far as the review of the glue seperating... it is a clay filler that is added. I have spoke to the techs at Titebond because I had concerns also when I first started using this product. They assured me and were truthful that the product works just as well after any settling out as it does before.

Quite frankly, this is my "go...

Robert S from Los Gatos, CA Posted June 28, 2009
Quite frankly, this is my "go to" glue. I use it for all kinds of applications and find it dries very hard and stable. The project photo shows a table top marquetry project that had many gluing steps. The long set time of this glue is perfect for both small and large veneering projects where considerable adjustment and clamping time is anticipated.

I just finished a roomful of...

Steven S from MN Posted May 17, 2010
I just finished a roomful of frame & panel wainscote, gluing quartersawn white oak veneer to MDF substrate & using this glue. I rolled it on using a 6" foam roller for varnish/paint, applying to both substrate & veneer and vacuum bagging. Results were excellent with very little to no bleed through and good bonding on all 18 panels.The only reason for 4 stars was due to mixing/storage. The glue has some sort of filler or thickener that settles to the bottom of the bottle if it's stored for a long time. The viscous nature of the glue plus the shape/type of container makes it difficult to remix this thoroughly.

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