At the segmented symposium in Lake Tahoe, Lloyd showed a channel gluing jig he devised for multi-generation glue ups. He also shows it in a PDF download called "radial segments" on this site. I thought it was very useful, but wanted to make it more permanent. So, I tweaked it slighty.I used a 2’ x 4’sheet of plywood, routed grooves for T channels, and attached the same 2 ¼”multi-track. The width of the gluing area can be easily changed by sliding one multi-track up or down. Various types of clamps
Updated 11-09-2012 at 07:01 PM by Art Bodwell
I've been going through the throes of trying to develop a diamond design that works for the vessel I'm making. After reading the methods of such noteables as Nish,Tibbetts, and (of course!) Johnson, I still couldn't get it all to come out correctly. Finally, I decided to keep notes--and work from an exact scale from graph paper. Then I began cutting and milling some scrap wood. Following the graph paper drawing, and checking it regularly as I built the segment, I was able to finish with the dimensions
Lloyd I am sure all of us who use your great Programs will join me in saying you have done A VERY GOOD JOB.
Equally I suggest everyone will benefit from your videos.
As I live this side of the Pond I hope you are all enjoying the London Games, and the openeing ceremony.
Best to everyone
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