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Gluing to Wood

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Author Topic: Gluing to Wood  (Read 825 times)
Mary Ann
« on: May 20, 2011, 08:00:48 am »

Thank you everyone! The pictures are great, visuals are always very helpful. Thank you.

It looks like the ends that are glued are somewhat small. How large a piece can this method be used on?

Also, back to my original question, at least some version of it. I am wondering if it's possible that leftover strips of various sizes of tiles with their surfaces roughed would work as a base that the stone would sit on. That way both the rock and the tile would be fed through at the same time. If the tile piece is wider than the rock it sits on and hits the blade first, then the amount of pressure on the rock at any given point would not be as great as if the rock was glued to the end and hanging out there. There would also be no vertical pressure on the glue joint.
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