I want to make a couple of ash gluedup panels which will be
fixed and standing upright (for the sides of a cabinet –
some 2,5m high/0,5m wide).
My question – what sort of means can I use on the gluedup
panels to both help keep them
flat and give them some form at floor and ceiling level ?
- is something needed
I was thinking breadboards are used only for panels which are
supported like table tops and here something like dadoed/dovetailed pieces
of shaped wood could be used i.e. these pieces are slid slid under and
over the panel. If this was OK, not sure whether glue is allowed
or just a screw or dowel in the middle along the width of the panel
or nothing i.e. just secure the dadoed pieces which
will also keep the panel in place ?
Must admit this wood movement business has me thinking overtime
since I have no experience – I have the feeling it’s going to
get me if I don’t get it ;) .
-- Vjeko Balas - Croatia