lamination (thin wood strips, bent, and glued together around a form) is
one of the most gratifying techniques in woodworking. It's also one of
the messiest, and potentially frustrating. But there are few things in
life that give you the sense of satisfaction you'll get as you remove
all the dried, excess glue from the bent strips and see your project
Actually, it's not really all that difficult -- it's just that at times
you can feel like a one-armed paper hanger. The best way to avoid a lot
of the hassle is to plan ahead and be prepared, and that's what this
article will help you do. It includes instructions on choosing and
ripping the right wood for the strips, and clamping techniques for
simple and compound curves
WHAT YOU GET.Bent
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step-by-step instructions, detailed drawings, and photos.
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