For a long time I've wondered which bond will prevent the popping of seams while we file, sand, fill, file and sand again.
The only thing I've ever used that I feel hasn't failed me yet is sprue glue. My sprue glue was made with Tamiya Liquid cement and a variety of sprues.
Liquid glue (both Tamiya and Contacta) has failed me at times especially along wing joints as I worked along the wing root.
I've used CA for smaller parts, but never really trusted it for parts that might get some flexing action.
I've also got a bottle of Micro Weld which I haven't tried in that type of wing or fuselage joint.
Why not stick to sprue glue? Well... It takes a long time to cure. And...if you get too much on one spot, you get a nasty sink mark that takes a real (real!) long time to harden.
So, I'm looking for something in which to place my trust as I get ready to join the halves of my Albatros fighter which has really flexible plastic.
What would you recommend?