Using Cauls and Playing Cards for Even Clamp Pressure

Duration: 5:15

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 to dry uniformly and seamlessly across the entire edge of the shelf.

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3 Responses to “Using Cauls and Playing Cards for Even Clamp Pressure”
  1. Ron Michaelsen
    Ron Michaelsen

    I have found that the king and the 3 cards provide better spacing than the queen and 4. Ah, such a joker.

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    • WWGOA Team
      WWGOA Team

      Thank you for your comment. The project is a tapered display tower with 3 degrees being the amount of taper.

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