Skill Builder Gluing Is Critical To A Project S Success Sloppy Gluing Can Lead To Open Joints Out Of Square Corners And Lots More At The Very Least It Will Lead To Poor Staining And Finishing Results So Learning Proper Gluing Techniques Is Sure To Pay Off
Skill builder gluing is critical to a project s success sloppy gluing can lead to open joints out of square corners and lots more at the very least it will lead to poor staining and finishing results so learning proper gluing techniques is sure to pay off is article about Magazine bookmarked by randy with ID 1383960462 was uploaded on 13-03-2019 and has been viewed 930 times.
Gluing Techniques In his first article on gluing ("Glues", issue #40, Feb/Mar '06) Hendrik profiled some of the more common types of woodworking glues; in his second article ("Easy Steps to Gluing", issue #42, Jun/July 06) he outlined some basic gluing tips and techniques to help you make the task of gluing quicker and easier.
In this article Hendrik talks about three of the most common types of glue-ups in the shop.If I could offer only one suggestion, it would be to prepare well for every glue-up.That means gathering up all your supplies in advance, such as clamps, glue, glue brush, rags, clamping cauls, dowels and so on.
You might even run through the entire glue-up without glue to be sure you have everything you need and know what you're doing.You don't want to be half way through glue-up and realize that you don't even own enough clamps, let alone have them at your finger tips.
Let's take a look at three of the most common types of glue-ups.Edge-Gluing a Solid Wood Panel• To make a solid wood panel (for example, a table top), you need to edge-glue several boards together.Mill the boards and joint the edges.