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Don W

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#1 posted 07-14-2013 02:15 PM

Terry, glue is plenty strong. You will see some processes that use pins, but they are usually to keep everything lined up during glue up’s. In fact most of the time they are in an area to be cut off.

Another trick I learned, when gluing the sides, use a pinch of salt to keep the wood from sliding around on you. The graduals stick and hold it in place like sand would, but dissolve to nothing from the.glue.

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