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I have 3 different thoughts for attacking this:
1) Do it all at once using Titebond III for the "extended work time"
2) Glue up each 1/2 separately
3) Glue the red + beige pieces that are horizontally laminated then next day do it all at once.

Thoughts?


(Picture shows 1/2 the table top broken into glue up components and 1/2 shown in final glue up form.)

 

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I think you'd be asking for a nightmare to try it all at once.

If it were me, I'd glue up your horizontal lamination pieces first - clean up and joint the edges if necessary when dry. Then glue up 1/2 of the pieces using cauls to prevent vertical movement and then glue the two halves together.
 

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I use biscuits always when I glue a table top. It helps me to spend a less time on alingment of pieces while glue is still wet. Also biscuits help to fix SMALL wraps of a board (sometimes it's hard to find absolutely straight ones). Initially I was pesimistic about it untill I gave a shot. And it worked very well.
 

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I would use sub-assemblies.

If the wood is not already cut, I would have glued the padauk to the bottom species, then ripped it to the widths shown and then added the thinner strips. Fewer small parts to mess around.
 

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I would use sub-assemblies.

If the wood is not already cut, I would have glued the padauk to the bottom species, then ripped it to the widths shown and then added the thinner strips. Fewer small parts to mess around.
Ya....I kinda jumped the gun. I got in to batch-out mode and, well...the rest is history. Hindsight being what it is and all.:laughing:

Something to take carry with me for the next project!
 
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