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Rod wrote:Wood shrinks less along the length so glue one side IE not End grain side.
meccarroll wrote:For solid wood construction (frame and panels) it is not common practice to glue the panels in place.
Tusses wrote:meccarroll wrote:For solid wood construction (frame and panels) it is not common practice to glue the panels in place.
Egg Zackery !
Nine was an experiment . as there is no top rail.
Maybe having it filled with sugar, stabilises the moisture content ???
anyhoo .. it's still not split in 20 yrs :-)
think about all the really REALLY !! cheap tools (or whatever sets) you get , likely from china (or screwfix etc.) lots come in fully glued boxes. most are ply , but some are solidwood.
Obviously, if fully varnished / sealed .. they "shouldn't" move
Tusses wrote:how small is it ?
if it's small enough would folded leather be ok for hinges ? ads a nice touch when done properly :-)
DaveL wrote:The other way to stop the panel moving is to use little rubber balls, iirc they used to be sold as space balls. I think you could make some using a bead of silicon, left to set and then cut into short lengths.
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