I have to disagree about the tape. 3m's 9460 VHB transfer tape forms a very strong bond (for tape) on metals and other relatively high-energy surfaces, but it won't work on the silicone surface of silnylon for the same reasons that it wouldn't work on PTFE, PFA, polyethylene, or polypropylene.
Tapes, in general, don't achieve the bond strengths of liquid adhesives, and this tape is no exception. It is used in industrial assembly applications for the same reasons that anyone uses tape: it is fast and clean. This is the same reason that tapes are used for cuben gear (and cuben sails).
If you need to glue, a silicone adhesive is the only thing that will bond to silnylon, and silicone adhesives have low strength compared to urethanes, acrylates, and other classes of adhesives.