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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby Andyp » 09 Jan 2017, 10:32

Thanks Richard,

Glue is something I am very conscious about with this sort of turning. For keeping the piece together on the lathe and for robustness is normal use.
I have been using PVA - Evostick Resin W, waterproof, up to now. But it has been suggested that PVA can be liable to movement and that Cascamite would be a better bet. I have also been told that Titebond 3 would be a glue better than PVA.

Further thoughts would be welcome.
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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby Mike G » 09 Jan 2017, 10:34

Careful with the colour of Titebond. At least one of them (and I can't remember which) dries a nasty dark brown colour.
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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby Dalboy » 09 Jan 2017, 14:50

Andyp wrote:Thanks Richard,

Glue is something I am very conscious about with this sort of turning. For keeping the piece together on the lathe and for robustness is normal use.
I have been using PVA - Evostick Resin W, waterproof, up to now. But it has been suggested that PVA can be liable to movement and that Cascamite would be a better bet. I have also been told that Titebond 3 would be a glue better than PVA.

Further thoughts would be welcome.


I have have experience of creep with pva even though it is all lined up and set I found small ridges appear after a while so for any work where I use more than 1 piece of wood I use cascamite.
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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby Andyp » 09 Jan 2017, 18:59

Thanks Derek. I have a couple of small pots on order.
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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby Andyp » 09 Jan 2017, 19:01

Mike G wrote:Careful with the colour of Titebond. At least one of them (and I can't remember which) dries a nasty dark brown colour.


A quick google confirms that it is the Titebond 3 that leaves a dark glue line.
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Re: Chestnut bowl with walnut inserts

Postby justaskin » 16 Jan 2017, 08:04

Hi Andy
Many thanks for the reply, always very interesting what others prefer. I always now use cascamite as the other liquid varieties discolour lighter colours wood close to the seam, also is not so susceptible to timber movement due to atmospheric conditions.

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