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#1 posted 03-08-2008 02:21 AM

I too have heard of it but haven’t done it. I envisioned a couple of potential problems with this approach and haven’t been brave enough to give it a go (such as keeping the edge properly registered to the main piece during clampup, have the veneer on the ply edging damaged during use or finishing). I can see some benefits of doing this with certain furniture designs where the corner of the 45/90 wouldn’t experience a lot of abuse and one was trying to maintain continuity around the for asthetic purposes. The approach is probably better than using the ultra thin heat activated veneer edging.

-- Rich, Madison WI

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