I have 70- 3/4 x 48" plywood shelves that I need to band the edges. I'm using thin strips of solid wood on both long edges. I could just glue and clamp them but I only have so many clamps and each one takes 3 clamps. I can do about 13 an hour but I'm looking for a quicker way. I thought about stacking them next to each other like books on a shelf then put them on a table and put a board over the top with some weight on it. The problem I have is that any glue that squeezes out won't be seen between the boards until they are dry and will likely cause a problem. I also thought of a string around the boards and twisting it to tighten it up. In all these scenarios I will be placing a piece of wood on top of the thin strips to keep the pressure equal. Any suggestions to speed things up as there will be some more after this first group is done. I have tried nailing but I would rather not see the holes.