Yea it's non-conductive at least after it's 'dried' and would not be a viable electrical connection. Also I used CA based glues a lot in R/C aircraft years ago and while the glue is amazing in many properties I found such glued connections can just sudden fail given enough time. as in many months or a couple of years.
The point is that it is corrosive so it forms an oxide on the conductors and stops them from conducting. Just learn to solder it is not hard, many children can solder. I learnt myself with no access to instruction or the Internet at the age of nine.
I was wondering about alternatives.
Wire wrap was believed to be a more reliable than solder I think - the forces used make a gas-tight weld between the wire and the hard sharp-cornered square pins. Solder joints can be "dry" if moved during cooling and this isn't always detectableby simple inspection. Also wire-wrap boards don't have traces that can crack, the wires all have some give if the thing flexes.Wire wrap is _horrible_ to do, staring and hundreds of sharp pointed pins just isn't pleasant at all. Soldering is far moreintuitive and relaxing I think! [ Remember plenty of flux, always clean the bit, hot-enough iron (there is no substitute for a temperature-controlled iron IMO If you are taking more than 2 or 3 seconds per joint something's probably wrong ]
Wirewrapping is quick & easy. A good solder joint starts with a good mechanical joint - wirewrap makes that mechanical joint to start, and is quick & easy to change/fix if needed.
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