The 5 stickiest wood glue questions with expert answers
How much clamp pressure is needed?
Wood glue develops its best strength in thin, consistent glue lines. A carefully machined, square glue-up should only require a thin bead of glue (near right) and enough clamping pressure to produce a small amount of squeeze-out, like that shown at far right.
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