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Nah, you definitely need some epoxy! Either that or some cement.. The superglue is great to make it all stick together temporarily while you're building your scape.
 
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I have the epoxy I’m just trying to be lazy .. this took hours to make as it is ..

Thanks for replies, I guess that’s my Saturday
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So yesterday I epoxied the joints, or most of them and today it’s absolutely way stronger.. thin superglue and dust today ..will be about 15 hours total.. remember when we just chucked a wall of rock in in ten minutes and filled the tank

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