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Good post, thanks for the explanation.
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Testing glue joints ()

Keith Newton
I've always made a habit of breaking up the end cutoffs, trying to concentrate the pressure so as to make my joints fail. There is no better quality control method than testing as I go on every project. I also do it for my veneered projects, trying to see if I can make that fail in the way I make the breaks.

If it won't break at the glue line is all I need to know.

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