that's also not really true.
Many of the older Trailmobile trailers used aircraft grade aluminum and fasteners. Take a look at a DC3 or an F85... no rivets to be seen anywhere.
It's intersting that so many took umbrage to my post, although if you look at the MSDS and structural sheets for Alumiweld and 6061 Aluminum, the Alumiweld is much stronger and is more malleable.
Now I don't care one way or the other, I just report the facts as I find them. If the OP wants to use tape or glue or staples, it's his/her choice.
I like the Alumiweld and haven't had a failure from it.
Yes, I don't use it for structural stuff, but then I wouldn't use glue or tape for anything structural either.
Whatever the OP chooses to do is his choice, not ours.
Good Luck to him no matter what he decides.
Any enclosed trailer that is screwless uses tape to hold the sides on. Any problems are usually due to poor prep by the trailer manufacturer.