Let us know what you think when you use it on actual applications.
I bought a Bondic kit a few years ago and felt the results were not any real improvement over conventional super glue. When applied on a Tyco Camaro FC body windshield posts, the joints popped every time I installed the glass. Similar results with an Afx 55 Chevy. The Bondic kit has just been sitting in a drawer since.
I have already had similar results. Seems it does not adhere well to smooth surfaces and it must have access to the light. The instructions state that the surface must be roughened. It did hold a cue tip which was made out of paper together and I could not pull it apart easily. Needs some more experimenting.
I have been seeing this type of bonding materials advertised on Youtube a lot recently. What I'm seeing was developed from the dental industry. I have been tempted to look into it, but haven't yet. Not familiar with the Bondic, but the one I have been seeing is supposed to be very strong. But they all say that.
Just used it to repair the missing part of a bumper on a 55 Chevy. It works great for that purpose. You can add a layer dry it in a few seconds then keep adding layers until you have a finished piece. Has enough viscosity to hold small shapes before hardening.