I am trying to glue glass sheets together to make a sealed 13" x 13" x 13" box. Inside this box there would be acetone gas used to melt 3D printed parts to make them more durable. Acetone will remove just about any type of adhesive I know and I was wondering if there is anything out there that would not react to acetone?
If you are going to send me the questions that was posted on this website titled "Is there a paper glue that is NOT dissolved by acetone?" don't send it, because I've seen it and the thing he suggested was to use tape, which wouldn't work because not only would it be very difficult to cover all the inside corners with tape to seal off the acetone gas from escaping, the acetone gas would either way slowly remove the tape away from the glass because it would seep under the edges of the tape.