Just been watching some youtube woodworking vids, and theres a guy laminating three or four maybe 4mm x 20mm strips in a table top jig to make an arch with a radius of about 750mm or so.. he lays each strip in place inbetween chocks he's used to get the form, wedges them against each other and then drizzles a wet runny glue from a pipette bottle over the exposed upper sides. No mixing , or not seen anyway, relying on capilliary action or just soaking in to get in between the laminations ...?
somone else commented ' nice job, whats that glue you're using ' and the reply was 'Gual' (?) google shows nothing.