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hello, please explain the open time and clamp time in the glue guide

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Open time is the amount of time you to work with the glue before it sets. Clamp time is the amount time you should clamp a joint to reach it's maximum strength and the glue fully dry.

Clamp time generally is 80% strength. Titebond glue bottle says "clamp for 30 minutes. Do not stress joint for 24 hrs." That means full cure in 24 hours.

Da Bull said:

Open time is the amount of time you to work with the glue before it sets. Clamp time is the amount time you should clamp a joint to reach it's maximum strength and the glue fully dry.

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