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#1 posted 945 days ago

Just so you know, Titebond III will fail if you heat the joint up. Titebond II is more heat resistant dut is not watter resistant.

I know of what you speak. When I assembled my cart made from ash, there were several joints that had to seat at the same time. It took 4 or 5 dry assemblies to come up with a sequence that I could use to minimize the grab. A cull with a dead blow hammer or a clamp to bring it in tight – again, use a cull so you can add more pressure – makes up the difference.

-- David in Damascus, MD


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