Yeah, no open toe shoes. But that wasn't a work day, just a glam shot session on the weekend. No flip flops, loose hair, no snaggable jewelry, mandatory hearing and eye protection. No risky procedures. We're really good at not getting hurt.Looking great!
Tell Meagan though, no open toe shoes in the shop.
Hey Pat, just a woodworking cabinet question. Since you are veneering these boxes, why still do a 45 miter joint?
Great idea with the additional width on the bottom.
And own lots of clamps!
10 mil paper backed. We used curved battens to apply slightly more pressure at the center than along the edges. That lets us off the hook for squeezing out any air pockets; the process just takes care of that. But you do have to keep a sharp eye out for the platten/wet veneer assy creeping off the work owning to tiny amounts of lateral bias in the clamping pressure. You do your best to set the clamp axes perpendicular to the load, but when you squeeze this hard, a small amount can show up, potentially ruining the job.Nice. That's raw veneer - wood backed?
Dont forget the roller and burnishing.
Yeah, I just can't get the perfect flatness or the tight edge seams we're after with contact cement.I've been using contact cement on paper backed, letting it get tacky first. You prefer the titebond?
Wish I had a vac bag. At some point. Until then, only rectangular speakers.