Regular Glue vs Poured Epoxy
It may be a dumb question. I have 2 boards that are being joined in shape of a letter "H".
the union (joint letís call it) is being made by a type of KEY INSERT / BOWTIE so that it will be embeded into and flush at the top.
the boards are 3 inch thick and the cross over piece is about 1 inch thick. I had chiseled away the material on both sides and will inlay this "Key" (just like when people use bowties for a crack in the wood)
My question is: I can use regular titebond glue... or I could use Epoxy Resin (just like the Bar Top Pouring Epoxy).
Which one would give me better structural rigidness. I am sure both will hold but, does anybody have experience with this by any remote chance?