Gluing and Clamping

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  • Simple Stave Assembly

    Simple Stave Assembly

    George Vondriska takes you step-by-step through the glue up process of a stave assembly that will eventually be used for the outside of a wine bottle cooler. When constructing a stave you will find it is easier to break the process into smaller steps, using less pieces. Follow George as he uses masking tape and

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  • Using CA Glue to Repair a Punky Turning

    Using CA Glue to Repair a Punky Turning

    George Vondriska teaches you how to use CA glue to salvage any turning project that has a rotted or punky patch. He demonstrates this simple woodworking tip on a piece of spalted maple that he’s turning into a bowl. By applying multiple coats of medium viscosity CA glue while the piece is on the lathe,

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  • Gluing up Leg Stock

    Gluing Up Leg Stock

    George Vondriska teaches you how to glue together multiple pieces of leg stock in order to create blanks that are the proper thickness required for your specific woodworking project. He walks you step-by-step through the entire process, demonstrating each of the tips and techniques you’ll need, including painting the glue onto the stock and properly

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  • No-Drip Wood Glue

    No-Drip Wood Glue

    George Vondriska shows the advantages of using no-drip and no-run wood glue on your woodworking projects. With no-drip wood glue you can eliminate the messes some wood glues create during the assembly process. You’ll be able to avoid glue running down the sides of you’re the most complicated woodworking projects, like the tapered display cabinet

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  • Using Translucent Wood Glue for Invisible Glue Joints

    Using Translucent Wood Glue for Invisible Glue Joints

    George Vondriska teaches you about the benefits of using translucent wood glue from Titebond to hide the glue joints that can affect the appearance of woodworking projects that implement biscuit joinery. Translucent Wood Glue provided by Titebond. For more information, visit www.titebond.com. More Videos from Titebond: How To Install Crown Molding on Cabinets How to

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  • Using CA Glue for Gluing Wet Wood

    Using CA Glue for Gluing Wet Wood

    Working with a wet piece of wood for your next project? George Vondriska demonstrates in this woodworking video how to get that wet wood on the lathe using a dummy board for the lathe chuck. By using cyanoacrylate glue or CA Glue, George shows you’ll get a nice, strong adhesion that dries well despite being

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  • Gluing Countertop Material for Turning

    Gluing Countertop Material for Turning

    Solid countertop material makes for excellent material for turning bowls and other projects on a lathe, but it’s important that you be sure to properly glue multiple layers of the material together before you start turning. The key is using the right glue. George Vondriska teaches you how to use CA glue from Titebond to

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  • Gluing-up-Panels-Completed-panel

    Gluing Up Panels

    Gluing up panels is a must-have skill in woodworking. From table tops to raised panels there are plenty of times you’ll need to glue boards edge to edge.  When you do you want the panel flat, with rock solid glue joints.  Here’s the recipe for making that happen in your shop. Rough cut to length. 

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  • Using Cauls and Playing Cards for Even Clamp Pressure

    Using Cauls and Playing Cards for Even Clamp Pressure

    George Vondriska teaches you a neat little trick for creating tighter biscuit joints on your shelving. After inserting the biscuits into their slots and filling them with glue, he likes to put two playing cards between the case side of a shelf that will be clamped and a flat caul. This will allow the glue

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  • Add a Curved Accent Stripe to Your Woodworking Project

    Add a Curved Accent Stripe to Your Woodworking Project

    George Vondriska teaches you how to add a touch of class to the handle of an ice cream paddle or any other lathe-turned kitchen utensil with a curved accent stripe. He cuts a blank of rosewood into two parts on the bandsaw with a gradual curved line, and then demonstrates the proper way to clean

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  1. PATRICK

    What is the best way to fill a crack in a log, so it can be turned. Its not a large crack but its almost the length of the log.

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