I wanted to get the bent lamination for the back out of the way because I wanted to leave it over night in the press.
[Below] I’ve learned from experience to protect the outer faces of the lamination with tape. Other wise the glue squeeze out gets on the edges and it takes more time to scrape/sand it off. I’m using packing tape here because I was out of wide masking tape.
[Below] The press is made from some particle board and it is just under the width of the pieces for the back. After spreading glue on the insides pretty liberally the pieces are pressed. Luckily I have this really big clamp to draw the middle in. Then two smaller clamps are used to hold it in on either side while the big clamp is reset.
-- Ni faru ion el ligno!