How to Edge Glue a Wood Panel | Basic Woodworking Skill
How to Edge Glue a Wood Panel | Basic Woodworking Skill
Learn how to glue up a wood panel. This is an basic woodworking skill that every woodworker should know. When you make a project that includes a panel, you can use a piece of plywood, but it is often a better option to make the panel from solid wood.
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Amazing to know that the wood would actually break first, before the glue joins.
Woww, an amazing video
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What kind of clamps are these?Nice video thanks
Hi, I have two long beautiful wooden shelves I would like to glue together to create a coffee table top. I will be gluing the two long sides together, What do you recommend the distance between clamps. FYI I’m a newbie. Thank you 🙂
CLAMS ARE OF WHICH BRAND?
3:40 what I was taught in college you wait till it’s hard and sand it off, this allows the glue to form and seal properly and you can get the wood peices smooth like babies skin
So I bought some 3/4” in width maple, I am building a miter saw station. I have drawers to the left of my miter saw, cabinet doors in the middle (under miter saw) and drawers to the right. I am leaving a 1/16” gap between the boards (drawer fronts) I am using the same boards to go across the whole thing to achieve a clean, smooth look. So my question is, can I use 1/16” wood pieces to go in between the joints to keep the alignment of the grain of the wood?
If I joint the cabinet door pieces, the wood grain will not align with my drawers to the left or right side. Hope that explains it well enough.
Good afternoon. I just found your video and you have refreshed my memory on gluing wood together. You have helped me tremendously. Thank you very much. Now I do ask, What type of glue do you use for this project. Are there any differences in the wood glues such as elmers vs gorilla wood glues? Thank you and have a good day.
Excellent video. You had me engaged until the keep making sawdust finish line
Can anyone tell me what this blue clamps are called? Never saw them in my life but they seem very practical.
What type of clamps are those and where can i get them?
Thank you for the video! Now, I’m trying to glue an 8ft x 4ft x 1in to a 8ft x 6inch x 1in for a train table. I’m fearing the glue will stick to the flat surface that I lay it on..I know there’s a common sense way of doing it but frankly, I’m just exhausted to even think of the best way. What would you recommend? The Home Depot guy sold us on those spiked 1in x 4in metal brackets and said it was plenty, you just nail them in, HA! When we lifted the boards it completely collapsed and bent the brackets out of shape. We got the solid, non flexible wood sheet, I think it’s pine or something like that but it’s a solid piece. The wood was just way too heavy for the flimsy brackets. So much for the HD "experienced" folks. . Can you please help this old lady figure this out, please? Thank you again…
Hi I was wondering what clamps they are? They look amazing
Nice clamps. But are all those really necessary? And where would I get those and how big are they? Thanks
how wide are these boards?
Thank you for the video Rob. Your approach makes sense.
Can i do this without the clamp?
Buen video gracias…
See you clamped the bottom clamps first. I clamp one bottom then one top and then one bottom and one top. That’s the better way especially when it comes to big table tops.
Really love the clamps
does anyone know what clamps he’s has?
How about doing this,I mean sticking these woods in another ways
like nail?I am a beginner
I have done a simple shelves.By next time
I want to stick together two wood horizontally (4×1+4×1)
Will be trying it for the first time soon to get started on my first project
On a large panel, what is the recommended spacing between clamps?
whats the glue to use here?
This helped to confirm a suspicion I’ve had. I’m new to wood working and I swear up and down that I’ve taken all the right steps. I take my two pieces that I want to glue together. Both edges have been jointered and both the face and the other side have also been jointered and planed, and even when I put the two edged together before gluing, the larger piece I’m trying to make out of the two of them STILL cups.
I’ve done all the steps (jointing, planing, table sawing), glued and clamped my pieces and yet I still just can’t seem to get away from my wooden slabs cupping.
What glue did you used?
What glue should I use what’s the best?
What’s the name of those clamps?
why even make this video.
a person that has never glued wood together is able to do this.
Can you glue 2×6 treated lumber to make a 2×12 for step supports?
What are those vice clamps called?
where do I get those clamps?!
I will be making an oval picture frame and was wondering if I need to be concerned when cutting the shape after the panel has dried?
you said that the wood would break before the glue joins do.. Is it really so? Can you please demonstrate it in an experiment video? Which glue do you use for strong joins? Please recommend a glue of your choice which is of best quality!
I want one of those Vices! I only have some small Clamps and Im trying to figure out how to glue them together
Wow I just payed big bucks for a glue up on a table top made of Maple wood. I should have came here first. I’ll now use your instructions to do the legs. Thank you
What’s the name of the glue pls.
I’m attempting to make wood signs, some of which are unframed, it it better to glue up smaller width boards than to use a 1×12 to prevent cupping?
What’s name of glue’s?
Without the biscuit joints or domino joints in between I think the board will cup .
see this is interesting to me as I am thinking of making a cnc project out of purple heart wood, I can get boards for 50-60ish but to get a slab the size I need anywhere I can find it is 1k plus
The most clean and organized work station. Congratulations. I’ve seen only dirty places so far.
Is it okay to glued the wood that is to be used as shelves in the kitchen?
Will it be sturdy enough?
Thank you in advance Sir. 😊
And my question was, Is that glue really solid? And you said at the end of the video … Thank-you for that, now I feel very confident and ready to do the job>
Can you please let me know where did you buy the wood clamps in your video?
What do you recommend me to do with the joint when I want to build an art panel and need to use two Masonite boards. Should I use glue or should I use tape and putty?