This article is from the Woodworking FAQ Collection 3, by multiple authors.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Marulli)
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 90 13:27:14 GMT
In article <1990Nov6.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (steven.r.beckle) writes:
>On my last project, I needed to edge-join some pieces of 1/4" mahogany.
I saw a hint on how to clamp thin stock when gluing that I thought was
interesting. I'll try to explain in words, and a lousy picture.
Put a row of nails into a piece of scrap.
Place the outside edge of the thin stock against the row of nails.
Place the edges to be glued together and lift the center enough to
slip a pencil or length of dowel under 'seam'.
Put another row of nails along the other outside edge. It should look
something like this:
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