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try crazy glue

It won't cost anything to try it. I would also check in at an archery site before giving up. You can inject the crazy glue with a syringe and if the laminations can be compressed back under more clamping pressure, that should do it. see your visitor messages...
 

· where's my table saw?
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we have static load lamination experience here

Well I guess I'm going to try to fix it and see what happens anyways. I'm so far in after about 6 months of planing, drawing, modeling, finite element analysis, material calculations, designing, cutting, shaping, etc. that I can't just give up even though I'm now pretty sure that it will not work after all the experience above told me so. But can you blame me for trying? I'd rather it break (safely of course) then to stop and never really know if I was the one exception to the rule.

That's why I suggested an archery site or the person I recommended.
You have dynamic loads in play and that's a whole 'nother ball game.
Never hurts to ask advice, you just have to know which is the best.
 
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