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Do I Have Enough Clamps?


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Clamps are like screw drivers and pliars. As soon as you think you have enough to cover every situation. You find out you need another one.

Actually I see where it didn't press flat against the backing board in some areas. I don't think it will be a problem as these areas were likely to be scrap anyway, I'm going to be gluing something else up tomorrow, I think I will use some long boards across the top and back this next time.

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Actually I see where it didn't press flat against the backing board in some areas. I don't think it will be a problem as these areas were likely to be scrap anyway, I'm going to be gluing something else up tomorrow, I think I will use some long boards across the top and back this next time.

Add a veneer, or about ten bits of masking tape to the center of that length of wood, and it will add more pressure to the center with only a clamp at each end.

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