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#1 posted 08-07-2012 04:14 PM

Anthony, I use any of your regular wood glues, (titebond, Elmer’s yellow, etc.) As long as you get a nice even coat on all your glue surfaces and aline all pieces while it’s clamped, you should have no problems. (make sure you wipe any excess before it dries). I like Gerry’s idea, even though I haven’t tried that before, it sounds like it would make things go along alot faster. Band saw boxes require a lot of hand sanding, so starting with a coarse grit to start with to get rid of tooling marks, making sure you don’t sand away anymore then you have to, then progressively go to a finer grit until you achieve the look and feel you like. Hope you will post some pictures when you finish.

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