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Hot glue for holding a part

I am using some round left over scraps to make another box from a log project, actually a "Fits in a box" contest by Baileigh way back in 2013:

The scrap needed to be trimmed on the bandsaw, but it was too tall and too thin to cut freehand safely. So I hot glued it to another scrap which held it vertically and away from my fingers:
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