Gluing Up Panels
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Gluing up panels is a must-have skill in woodworking.From table tops to raised panels there are plenty of times you'll need to glue boards edge to edge.When you do you want the panel flat, with rock solid glue joints.
Here's the recipe for making that happen in your shop.Rough cut to length.As you crosscut material for the panel leave it 1' - 2' longer than the finished panel needs to be.When cutting up long boards it's often easiest to cut them with a jig saw.
It's much easier to accurately joint short boards than long boards, so it pays to get them close to their finished length.Joint one edge of each board.The edges must be smooth, straight and square before gluing boards together.
If you don't own a jointer, or need more info on using a jointer, be sure to see the related stories we've listed at the end of this article.Mark the cut.Make a mark near the edge you jointed, on the face of the board that was against the fence.
Rip to width.Note that the jointed edge is against the rip fence.A ripping cut accomplishes a few things for you.It makes...