Yep, used Rockler Medium CA on very first VInlays as the Vultures were small, and Paul said practice on "Scrap"
Walnut had a 16" split in it, so scrap enough for me.
Seeing as It was my very first and small(and I was impatient), used CA as I was probably going to ruin it anyways.
Only clamped for 2 hours, and then pocketed it off.
Decided to do another Vulture in different wood and toolpaths the same day.
NOT much working time, so the 2 pencil marks for line up are Important, as is having the clamps READY!
Dad came the next day, and we wanted to see how intricate we could get, and a Zebra graphic popped up...Zebra on the right was mucked up as I forgot to use a start depth as Dad kept talking over my shoulder and I Spaced it.(pieces are missing as it got sanded down.Zebra on left came out NICE:). CA still seemed to be working well, so African Tree was next, and I went heavy on the medium CA, and it came out great. That board is now 4 years old, and been to 4 shows and around the state in Dad's pick up, and showing no signs of problems.
Fleur-de-Lis in Purple heart and Tin was Rockler thick CA, and I had used my mini-burnisher to put many burred dents in the Tin for mechanical advantage, and lasted perfect for 2 years(and dropped many times) till somebody swiped it from a trade show.
Did one "Made in Maine" for trade shows and prop pics using TBII, but even after 36 hours clamping, the glue oozed out:( May have just been the glue was old? But someone said"What happens to glue when you put the top on TIGHT?". The surface had 2 coats of finish on it, and it was tight...anyways went back to CA.