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Loren

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#1 posted 03-06-2011 05:18 AM

If you can, glue up the sub-assemblies (perhaps your dividers) first,
tight and square. Better to do the glue-up in 2 or 3 predictable
stages than 1 crazy one.

At times, dry clamping the whole shebang won’t show you how to
glue it up all at once.

I usually use white glue for furniture because it has a long set-time.
Yellow sets about twice as fast, making glue-ups more hectic.

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