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Nai84
7th Jan 2011, 12:53 PM
Hey Everyone

I have recently scored some western red cedar planks :U and what I want to do is join the the boards together so I can make some nice bowls and coin dishes so can anyone suggest the best way to join them :2tsup:

Ian

wheelinround
7th Jan 2011, 01:46 PM
Does this mean shed time is back :U

Cut to approx size, glue your choice, clamp tight, allow drying time +24hrs, cut to size, turn to shape.

Ian random layer grain direction for a great effect.:2tsup:

Oh and duck in case of glue failure.:U

Avery
7th Jan 2011, 05:47 PM
Does this mean shed time is back :U


Oh and duck in case of glue failure.:U



I never get the timing right...

Nai84
8th Jan 2011, 02:38 AM
Does this mean shed time is back :U

Cut to approx size, glue your choice, clamp tight, allow drying time +24hrs, cut to size, turn to shape.

Ian random layer grain direction for a great effect.:2tsup:

Oh and duck in case of glue failure.:U

Hey Ray

Well shed time is hopefully around the corner :o ok that is one way and it sounds easy I have see some piece done with a dove tail join would this be easy aswell or do you need specail router bits to do that

Ian

Ed Reiss
8th Jan 2011, 01:09 PM
Here's a site that might help Ian (also Google "stack laminated rings" for other sites)

Good to hear that the finger is on the mend :2tsup:

How Woodturners Calculate Stack Ring Lamination Cutting Angles (http://woodtreks.com/how-to-calculate-stack-ring-lamination-cutting-angles/67/)

Nai84
8th Jan 2011, 01:21 PM
Hey Ed

Thanks for that I will check it out and it is good to be mending so quick :2tsup:

Ian