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Posted on Bent lamanation settling

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shipwright

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#1 posted 09-16-2011 01:03 AM

I’d go with urea formaldehyde as the best glue. Epoxies need a little room and if clamped too tightly as in a sharp lamination can fail as all the glue is driven out of the joint. If you want to use epoxy, add a thin glass cloth or the like to prevent this.

Generally though, spring-back can be reduced by using more, thinner laminations.

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