I've used Gator Grip glue for years. Highly recommend it.
I have never tried this stuff, but it gets tons and tons of rave reviews, including here repeatedly not too long ago. The only negative thing I have ever read was from a fellow who admitted his bottle was very old...had sat a long time.
The fellow who makes it...Kenny Loup...had his home destroyed by a hurricane in 2020, and it was posted that this glue was going out of production as a result. I had thought of trying it, heard this news, then put it out of my mind. When this thread came up, I decided to go look it up for the heck of it.
Seems he has put himself back together. The glue is for sale once again! His new website is: https://gatorsmodelstudio.com/
You can email him to get this glue. Contact info on his site.
I repeat that I have never tried it, but am hard pressed to find a negative word about it. Y'all can go online and read for yourselves. Now that I know this is back, I might just be putting in an order myself at some point.
I need to find a fluid adhesive for assembly of ship model kits which are basically injection molded plastic with some after market parts of resin, typical 3D materials and/or white metal castings (BUT NOT PE) as found today. You all know who supplies these and all are easy to work with as far as trimming and shaping, etc.
My specs for this fluid adhesive:
Compatible with all those basic materials
Not water based type
Not super glue type
Not a typical plastic glue
Slow enough drying (to permit repositioning parts
Must have initial adhesion for parts placement
Can be in a tube or bottle container
Can be air drying or uses an accelerant
Can be UV setting to complete drying
Have a reasonable shelf life without curing
Can be a home brew or available in a retail store
Does not aggressively attack solvent based painted
Must be safe to use in ventilated areas as are most plastic or solvent based adhesives.