Gluing And Clamping - Handrail Building And Carpentry
Gluing and clamping is the process used by wood workers to hold two boards together, while the glue or adhesive between them dries. You can purchase almost any type of clamp to glue together almost any size of wood. These clamps also come in a wide variety of different shapes and sizes.
How Do You Glue And Clamp Two Pieces Of Wood Together?
Take the two boards that you're going to glue together and place a liberal amounts of glue in between them. Spread the glue around and make sure that the glue covers the entire surface of the boards that you're going to glue together.
After that, place the two boards together and make sure that their in the proper position. After that, you can clamp the boards together and let the glue dry. To find out how long you need to wait, before the glue has actually dried, you need to read the product manufacturer's instructions, usually located on the glue bottle or canister.
When the glue has finally dried, you can remove the clamps and observe your woodworking masterpiece. You have just been involved in a gluing and clamping woodworking campaign.
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