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what kind of adhesive is used for putting wood and glass together? for PC desk

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Posted · Original PosterOP

my table is pure wood(i mean not made by plywood, duh) and i want it to put a glass on to so tha table is flat throughout the surface(the wood has some small hole and little imperfections). how can i put them together?

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22 minutes ago, 5NibbaHertz said:

my table is pure wood(i mean not made by plywood, duh) and i want it to put a glass on to so tha table is flat throughout the surface(the wood has some small hole and little imperfections). how can i put them together?

Most epoxy or super glue will work.


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Just find an epoxy mix that will cure clear.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Blue4130 said:

Is it a full sheet of tempered glass? <snip>

yes, it is full sheet of tempered glass. 

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just an alternative, but if the wood is thick enough, you could drill some wide holes in the top of it, then glue some glass spacers? (not sure on the exact name) on the underside of the glass. These will slot into the holes drilled and hold the glass in place. It'll make the glass easier to remove in case you need to move the table or do something beneath the glass.


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53 minutes ago, 5NibbaHertz said:

yes, it is full sheet of tempered glass. 

Are you sure that it isn't epoxy?

Can you post a picture?

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3 minutes ago, Xvaster said:

Are you sure that it isn't epoxy?

Can you post a picture?

i haven't bought the glass pane yet and i am definitively sure it is pure glass. my table is made of pure acacia wood btw 

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