|Forum topic by RussellAP||posted 355 days ago||896 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
355 days ago
Imagine a cast iron box.
Glue wont stick to cast iron.
The box is perfect so all you do is crank the box down to fit the size of the glue-up. and you put pressure from the top evenly and you can get much more pressure.
You can make the interior of the box with little ridges to allow for air flow and have 1” holes in the cast iron to keep air circulating around the boards.
Tell me why some tool company hasn’t done this yet?
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