implementation of mine, showing the cuts in the middle of longer pieces.
I haven't tried printing and gluing thin pieces like this - that's excellent work!
As I understand it, you used super glue plus baking soda? Why the baking soda?
I like this mix to make a solid bonding between some pieces. Cyanocrilates (superglue) sticks on some surfaces, but in others don't. I'm using PLA which has a good porosity, but to make things harder, baking soda acts as a mass and accelerant for super glue.
In this project I glued the two pieces with superglue only, and at both sides of pieces, I powdered baking soda to fill the gaps. it hardens instantly. so later with a filler and a fine grain sandpaper, removed the excess and smoothed the surface.
I also use this mix a hardener to pieces that I know it might break. For example, the spaces of an infill in a fragile point of the piece, I quickly fill with baking soda and drop carefully some superglue, and clean it quickly. The results are great!