I wouldn't just use epoxy.. I would drill small holes and insert pins and than hold the pieces together with tape until the expoxy cures.On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 10:15 AM, Ryan Tonnemacher <email@example.com> wrote:Hey guys,
If any of you would take this project on how would you adhere the pieces together and hold them while it dries. Thanks!
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