Had a guy show me a technique that you can use to get the "flexible bond" of fletch tite platinum, but still fletch a doz arrows in less than an hour. I have been doing this for the past year or so now with great results, so I figured I would pass it along.
First, let me say- if you like your glue, stick with it. I am just a fan of the characteristics of platinum because the bond seems to be flexible and not brittle like the fast set glues.
OK- 1) Clamp your fletching, then lay a bead of glue down the fletch. Use a normal bead- I am fairly generous but not sloppy with it.
2) Then set your clamp on the arrow and seat it- just like you normally do.
3) (your gonna call this stupid but I swear it works), next, slightly pull the clamp/vane strait away from the arrow shaft to expose about 1/4" to 3/8" gap between the fletch and the arrow, and blow gently on the arrow/vane/clamp area.
4) Seat the clamp and vane a second time, then immediately remove it again (exactly as described above) , and blow on it gently again.
5) You will notice on the second or third time you separate the vane/clamp from the shaft that the platinum glue will start to "string" from the vane to the shaft. As soon as you see this "stringing", set the clamp hard and hold it for 10-15 seconds. After 10-15 seconds, IT IS DONE - remove the clamp and go to next fletch. (CLAMP TIME IS 10-15 SECONDS- PERIOD).
I have fletched 4 or 5 dozen arrows this past year doing this. The platinum bonds tight and this does not seem to affect adhesion at all- my latest were my axis nanos with wraps. The only vane that has came off was from grouping arrows, and the wrap came off with the fletch exposing bare shaft.
Like I said- I have been doing this for a year or so (prob fletched 6 or 7 doz arrows) and I am getting a dozen done in just under an hour- when the clamp time used to take me several evenings (with one clamp) to get a dozen finished.
Try it for yourself- If you like platinum- you will love this.