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Two glues work better than one when attaching many small pieces

When you need to attach a lot of small wood pieces, clamps just aren’t practical. At those times, try…

Wood wall hangings such as quilt patterns, trivets, and other decorative accessories often require that small pieces of stock be adhered to a plywood substrate. Those types of projects typically include dozens – and sometimes hundreds – of individual pieces, so it’s just not practical to glue and clamp each piece. To keep the laminating process moving along quickly, apply woodworking glue to all but the center portion of the piece to be adhered. Then, add a small dab of hot-melt glue to the unglued center portion, and hold the piece tightly against the substrate for about five seconds. The hot-melt glue “clamps” the piece in place until the woodworking glue dries, making for a speedy and effective assembly process.


 Two glues work better than one when attaching many small pieces

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