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newwoodbutcher

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09-24-2017 07:05 PM

I don’t need Photobucket (except for this one time use) . I have the patterns and have made all the parts for a Sinister Type Cutting Board. And now it’s glue up time. I can’t see anywhere how see/learn to accomplish this step without buying a subscription to Photobucket. Here’s a picture of the jig/sled I made a with fixed stops at 90 degrees on a piece of mdf.

Trying to get everything lined up and all the gaps closed for a dry clamping test is proving to be….. difficult. Every place I’ve been on the net wants me to have photobucket (Including here) to learn this next step. Advice? Pictures?

-- Ken


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diverlloyd

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#1 posted 09-24-2017 07:41 PM

I glue mine up with the points touching a 90 degree jig that is screwed down. Then use a flat piece on the other side and front to clamp to. If I had to do it over I would come up with a better way then individual pieces. If you need pics I can go out and take a pic of the jig but the cutting board is already done and squared. I should post it as a project maybe. I also glue up on a piece of tempered glass. Check to make sure all the pieces are the same a couple of mine were of by .05 and I made some more cuts to get them all with in .01 and it made a difference.

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#2 posted 09-24-2017 08:22 PM

Ken that project is a mess to me it looks impossible to glue without gaps.

-- Aj

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#3 posted 09-24-2017 08:23 PM

Hey Diverlloyd, Thanks for responding. Points touching the jig!!! That’s the solution! Sounds like your “jig” and mine are the same basic idea but I was aligning the pieces on their flat edges not the points. I’ve just come back from following your advice and it works a whole lot better. Thank you. What glue did you use? I’m thinking something with a long set up time but still water resistant.

-- Ken

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#4 posted 09-24-2017 08:27 PM

Aj2. I agree, I’m thinking CA glue will be my best friend. I’ll post the finished project as long as it doesn’t get converted to firewood first.

-- Ken

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#5 posted 09-24-2017 09:43 PM

I’m curious, what would Photobucket have to do with making a cutting board?

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#6 posted 09-24-2017 10:38 PM



I m curious, what would Photobucket have to do with making a cutting board?

- papadan

Sinister has a great tutorial that now the photos are blocked.

-- If guns cause crime all of mine are defective Randy

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newwoodbutcher

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#7 posted 09-24-2017 10:43 PM

Papadan, The cutting board in question is intricate laminations cut into interlocking pattern designed (I think) by a Lumberjocks member. The member, Sinister, and a few other members have generously demonstrated the techniques for cutting the parts and the glue up. However, all their photographs have been hijacked by Photobucket. When you try to view the demonstrations the photographs are blocked with a message which links you to Photobucked who wants a $30.00 one year subscription to see them. I didn’t think I needed the photograps untill I got to glue up time, I was wrong, but Diverlloyd helped me understand how to better utilize the ” glue up jig”. This is a great site.

-- Ken

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woodbutcherbynight

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#8 posted 09-25-2017 01:07 AM

Try your local library. A neighbors kid informed me they had that available at ours. Not that I have been lately…. LOL

-- Live to tell the stories, they sound better that way.

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#9 posted 09-25-2017 01:56 AM

There is a chrome extension out there called “Photobucket embed fix” and through some trickery, it sees a photobucket embed link and changes the referrer. Long story short, some of the pictures appear.

So, using the Chrome browser (free from google.com), look under settings and find extensions, and search for the Photobucket embed fix extension. Install it, and you may be able to see the photos!

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diverlloyd

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#10 posted 09-25-2017 12:56 PM

I use titebond 3 and mine was 90pcs so i glued it up all at once. I work pretty fast though so don’t do more at once then you think you can get done. It would be a waste to get half way and have the glue set up before clamping.

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#11 posted 10-02-2017 11:06 PM

The chrome extension really does work – here is the link
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/photobucket-embed-fix/naolkcpnnlofnnghnmfegnfnflicjjgj?hl=en

Example – here is thread (I am not sure if this is one of the ones you wanted to view}

sinister type cutting board tutorial #1: THANK YOU SINISTER , WHAT NICE BOARDS !
http://lumberjocks.com/patron/blog/15074

If I look at in Firefox – this is what I get

If I look at the same thread in chrome with the extension – I see this: (there is at least 14 pics on that one page)

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newwoodbutcher

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#12 posted 10-07-2017 03:53 AM

Ok, it wasn’t a pretty glue up, but CA glue saved the day.
Next time more precision and consistency making the “rods” thank you all for your help

It’s all cherry and hickory

-- Ken

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