I've always used the strongest JD weld epoxy for glue ups rated at something like 5000 psi 'just to be safe' since the only downside was having to wait around 12 hours for curing https://www.jbweld.com/product/j-b-weld-syringe
But recently I saw they have a quick bonding one for wood that's rated at 1800 psi https://www.jbweld.com/product/woodweld-syringe and stated that it actually bonds stronger than wood. That got me thinking and I looked up sheer psi for wood https://www.woodworkweb.com/woodwork-topics/wood/146-wood-strengths.html (and obviously there are a lot of factors that will affect these numbers) and they were around 2000 (again I didn't deep dive into how exactly testing was done).
I also looked up PSI for decent wood glue and titebond 2 is right around 1,800.
So am I wasting my time using long cure epoxy for furniture building and repairs? I can buy 1 minute instant epoxy with sheer PSI of 3000+ is there any downside to switching to it working with wood.