I want to glue pieces of wood to a sheet of a plastic-like material. This will then be placed in the oven at 200 degrees celsius. Which glue should I use?

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    wood will tend to burn at that temperature, or at least emit flammable gasses, ... – ratchet freak May 16 '17 at 11:22
  • 200*C is less than 400*F. Most wood won't burn that low. – isherwood May 16 '17 at 14:07
  • Some dry woods will ignite at as low as 451F (wikipedia but SE's not taking this comment with the link) 200C = 392F. Just 60 degrees to go, the wood may be emitting gasses at 200C. The plastic is also a concern. – Tyson May 16 '17 at 16:43

Silicone adhesive will bond to wood and many plastics (and most things). Most silicone will deal with high temperatures, but there is silicone designed for very high temperatures (for engine gaskets, fireplaces, etc.). You can find it at auto supply stores, Harbor Freight, most hardware stores, etc. Examples:

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