Old Methane Gas Cloud
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Huntington Beach, California
I have to agree with Mike, the M&T would be the strongest. There is a slight mechanical advantage to the M&T joint.
If the directions provided by the glue manufacturer are followed, the joints are well made and adequate clamping pressure is applied any glued area is stronger than the wood.
My personal experience tearing apart glued joints, TB-III appears to be stronger than Gorilla Polyurethane. In both case it was the wood that failed and not the glue.
Use the right tool for the job.
Rich (Tilting right)
Huntington Beach, California
Remember that when we have the "BIG ONE" everything east of the Rockies falls into the ocean.