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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 12:35 PM
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It looks like it would be easy enough to add a couple of flat boards and as many wide throat clamps as needed to keep the work flat.

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It was Noah not Moses that built the ark!
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But you missed the Rocket surgery.......

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It takes very little pressure to clamp a glue up. The object is to hold the boards firmly together; not compress them. This is why small items are clamped with rubber bands or tape. To help with alignment build a simple clamping caul. Be sure to place wax paper between the cauls and your wood so they do not stick.
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Simple and Great. It looks like if you wanted to glue wider sections just get longer rods. That is just down right neat.
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