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Default Dry fit up for the crib

Hi, guys.

Once I made the round tenons for each spindle I decided to continue with the crib construction. I made a lot of checks before to apply any glue. We, my wife anad I, sanded and primed all the pieces using sandpaper from grit 60 to 200.
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Looking good, you can see the end now,keep the pictures coming
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Looks good. I like your use of the threaded rods as clamps
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Thanks Ronald.

That is a simple way to put the things together, especially when they are so large. With them I can apply any level of pressure to the joints.

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