Weldwood is (or at least was) a urea-formaldehyde resin which,
when set, formed a plastic. Barge cement, on the other hand, is a rubber-based
contact cement similar to Goo. -- "Not only is it not right, it's not
even wrong!" From Wolfgang Pauli, perpetrator of the Pauli Exclusion
Well... not really.
Weldwood is a trade name for wood products that were at one time
owned by U.S. Plywood, now a DAP product. They were more that just an adhesive
company they had their fingers in many wood working products as well as
plywood and paneling.