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Loren

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#1 posted 09-20-2012 03:51 AM

I bent some wood last month by sawing it to 1/10” thick and
bending 2 sections on a hot pipe by hand. Once those were
laminated together the additional sections didn’t really need
the hot pipe as the form was more or less set by the
glue line in the first 2 parts. Not very neat, because
gaps happen, but a handy way to rough out bent laminated
forms for prototyping, painting or whatever and skipping
the construction of a 2-part form.

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