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This past Friday night I was at a Craft show and had my cutting boards displayed. A weather front was moving through, the rain was over but the wind was blowing pretty good. I heard a noise and turned around and one of my large boards had blown over and hit the sidewalk from about 40" up. I looked down and the entire corner was broken off. On closer examination the break was across the wood and not one single glue joint had broken. I am always ask that if they drop it will it break where it is glued? Well I guess from now on I can truly say, it will not break at the glue joint. So if you ever wanted to know how strong the Titebond III glue is, well it will hold the joints together from at least 40" up and dropped on concrete. I hope I can at least make a small board out of it and salvage some part of it.
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