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Forum topic by Medici posted 11-16-2016 05:31 PM 462 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Medici

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11-16-2016 05:31 PM

Hello. A quick question to see if anyone can relate. Sometimes when I do edge grain glue ups, (for cutting boards, table panels, etc) I’ll get tiny little holes in the glue joint. This is after boards have been ran down a joiner, glued, and clamped. I don’t notice until I take off the clamps a few hours later, but I’m wondering if others have ran into this problem, and how do you combat it? Is it from clamping too little? Too tight? Thanks in advance!

Medici


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#1 posted 11-16-2016 05:41 PM

Show us a picture, not sure what you mean by “tiny little holes”.

-- Bondo Gaposis

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#2 posted 11-16-2016 06:04 PM

It’s from your edges not being straight enough. Run them through the jointer, swipe with a jointing plane, etc. until it’s truly flat and you’ll get rid of the holes in the glue joint. Even off of a tablesaw isn’t necessarily straight enough.

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Medici

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#3 posted 11-16-2016 09:26 PM



It s from your edges not being straight enough. Run them through the jointer, swipe with a jointing plane, etc. until it s truly flat and you ll get rid of the holes in the glue joint. Even off of a tablesaw isn t necessarily straight enough.

- jmartel

This may be it. Maybe a few extra passes on the jointer than 1 or 2 to clean it up. Will try!

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