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#1 posted 02-23-2015 01:11 AM

Something we must consider on glue ups when there is light between edges to be seen. If there is light in the center but the areas near the ends touch, when we clamp with enough pressure to pull the center together the ends are often over pressured, squeeze most of the glue out and the end result in that area is a dry joint.

Likewise, if there is light near the ends the center becomes over pressured while pulling the ends together and the same scenario near that center is the result. Do your best to see no light.

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