I have some small boards that have various connectors, JSP, female headers etc. Those connectors and headers will be used a lot with various devices plugged in and pulled out and will get a lot of mechanical stress. This will be rotational, angular, perpendicular, you name it. I understand that a lot of stress is directly on the pins and not the housings, but I want to be able to glue down the plastic housings to the PCBS for extra strength.
Neutral cure silicone rubber won't be of much use to me as I'm after rigidity and strength not vibrational relief.
I've tried high viscosity super glue and it's been useless. The same with one brand of UV adhesive. They both allowed the component to snap off with very little effort. I've yet to try forms of epoxy as with small but frequent jobs like this there will be a lot of waste during mixing and it will end up being relatively expensive.