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Location: Wayzata, MN
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-- Wade V Campbell

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#1 posted 11-04-2014 12:39 AM

I need help with a veneer project. I’m making a box and want to have the top be quad bookmatched (if that’s the right term). I’m using chestnut burl, and the problem is that it is very wavy/curly. I’ve done the veneer flattening routine (twice?), and it still curls too much while I am trying to cut it and sand the edges in preparation to do the bookmarking (i.e., the critical steps whereby the tight joints are created).

My question is this: is there a reason that I should not first glue the veneer sheets to 1/4” plywood BEFORE I do the bookmarking? That is, I would simply glue veneered 1/4” plywood to some MDF to create the bookmarked effect.

-- Wade V Campbell

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