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Re: "Secrets for Stronger Edge Joints" video
I watched the video "Secrets for Stronger Edge Joints" video that was linked on the Fine Woodworking Eletter that I received today.
While the video was basically correct, I want to point out a flaw in the technique. Using this tecnique, the cauls and clamp pads at the ends of the joints, will end up glued to the panel with the squeezeed out glue. I use a piece of waxed paper between the cauls and the panel to prevent this. I also use Quick Grip clamps at the ends without wood pads. The built-in rubberized clamp pads release from the glue and the soft pads prevent damage to the panel. I imagine any clamp that has a plastic/rubberized pad will function equally.
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