Haven't used that particular brand, but have tried double stick tape, rubber cement, what all. And didn't like any of them, mainly because of the time required to clean residue off my wood. And that's when I started tacking my pieces together. I drill pilot holes thru my masters, then use thin nails about 1 1/ 4" long (my masters are all 1" thick), tack the piece to be routed. Rout, pop the master loose, viola, got a piece routed. Yes, there are nail holes. No biggie, because I design almost all my stuff so the nail holes are inside, or otherwise hidden. On the very, very, rare occasion when the nail holes will be in view, no problem, I simply drill the pilot holes in a decorative pattern, and the nail holes are now part of the design. Been using nails for I don't know how many years, and I am very satisfied with the results.
And, if you think it's just a quick fix, well, it is, but it is also very accurate. There is a utube video out there somewhere of a old, professional, harp maker, the concert harp kind. And he nails his pattern down. I was doing it before then, but it was nice to know that I'm not the only one doing it. Some people use screws to hold their material, but I much prefer nailing.
OK, found the video. The nailing is at 3 min. He does a nice job of wiping excess glue too. lol I'm saving the video to watch again. And again. And again.
"It ain't what you're told, it's what you know." - Granny Weatherwax
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Some days, the supply of available curse words is insufficient to meet my demands.
.....Call me a craftsman, artisan, or artistic, and I will accept that. Call me an artist and you will likely get a quite rude comment in return. I am not a @#$%ing artist.