Can you use wood glue to glue a piece of epoxied wood to wood? I'm guessing not because the wood glue will neither absorb into nor stick well to the epoxied surfaces. I'm asking this because I use epoxy on a few critical joints, such as engine mounts and landing gear mounts. As a general rule, any epoxied surfaces are epoxied to any other wood surfaces, even when that tight of a bond is not needed. Anyone agree/disagree/comment?
Remember the old Scientific Zipper? It was one of my favorite planes, and I've built so many that I can just about build one from scratch. It had one major weakness - the landing gear was sandwiched between two pieces of 1/16 balsa, and all it took was one hard landing to break it. So today, I sandwich landing gear between 1/16 plywood, and I epoxy the two together. Then I epoxy the entire assembly into the wing/fusalage.