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Hot hide glue - FineWoodworking

Jan 03, 2010  I mix small quantities in the ratio 2 water to one dry glue by weight, because I haven't learned how to "read" hot hide glue to see if it needs thinning. I try to bump the workshop thermostat to at least 70 for a couple hours, brush a pretty thin layer of glue on each surface and then add quite a bit of clamp pressure, all to keep the glue line ...

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The fundamentals of using hide glue with ... - FineWoodworking

Mar 20, 2020  The fundamentals of using hide glue with Patrick Edwards. The traditional glue pot disappeared from woodshops and trade schools soon after World War I when synthetic adhesives took over, leaving later generations of woodworkers to learn this secret of the craft on their own. Animal-protein glues have many advantages over synthetics.

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W. Patrick Edwards - FineWoodworking

Mar 01, 2008  Choosing and mixing hot hide glue. March 20, 2020. Patrick Edwards discusses the different types of protein glues, why you should be using them, and how to mix hide glue . Shop Tour: Patrick Edwards. January 24, 2020 ... Get the latest from Fine Woodworking Magazine #290-July/Aug 2021. Build a Shaker chest of drawers;

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How to store hide glue - FineWoodworking

Mar 20, 2020  If you have a glue pot full of hot glue, and you turn it off, you have to cook it every day or eventually the glue will attract mold. To save your hide glue for use at a later date, pour out the glue on a piece of plastic and when it solidifies, place it on a nylon screen so that it

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How to Prepare and Use Hot Hide Glue – Bob Rozaieski Fine ...

Sep 16, 2020  An empty jelly jar heated in a sauce pan of water on the stove top will work just fine. You can also use an inexpensive electric hot pot and an empty glass jar, an old cast iron glue pot like I use (about $10 on ebay), or any number of other creative solutions to heat the glue. Whatever you choose

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How to store hide glue - FineWoodworking

Mar 20, 2020  If you have a glue pot full of hot glue, and you turn it off, you have to cook it every day or eventually the glue will attract mold. To save your hide glue for use at a later date, pour out the glue on a piece of plastic and when it solidifies, place it on a

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W. Patrick Edwards - FineWoodworking

Mar 01, 2008  Choosing and mixing hot hide glue. March 20, 2020. Patrick Edwards discusses the different types of protein glues, why you should be using them, and how to mix hide glue . Shop Tour: Patrick Edwards. January 24, 2020 ... Get the latest from Fine Woodworking Magazine #290-July/Aug 2021. Build a Shaker chest of drawers;

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Hammer veneering with hide glue - FineWoodworking

Mar 20, 2020  Choosing and mixing hot hide glue. March 20, 2020. Patrick Edwards discusses the different types of protein glues, why you should be using them, and how to mix hide glue . How to store hide glue. March 20, 2020. ... and Fine Woodworking played a role in determining that the woodworking world was for me. I was

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Clamping And Gluing - Page 2 of 18 - FineWoodworking

Feb 04, 2020  Glue blocks and rub joints with hide glue. March 20, 2020. In both antiques and modern furniture, you'll often find glue blocks under a top or base and around furniture feet. Hide glue's uniquely quick tacking makes it simple to add them.

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Glue blocks and rub joints with hide glue - FineWoodworking

Mar 20, 2020  Glue blocks and rub joints with hide glue. March 20, 2020. In both antiques and modern furniture, you'll often find glue blocks under a top or base and around furniture feet. Hide glue's uniquely quick tacking makes it simple to add them.

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Hide Glue - Sawmill Creek

Apr 05, 2020  The problem I've had with hot hide glue is I didn't understand how to save the unused glue. One of the videos shows a way to do that. One of my next projects is to build a drying screen, Once done I expect my hot glue vs. liquid glue ratio to reverse from 20/80 to 80/20.

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Hide Glue FAQ - Bear Meadow

A stainable filler can be made by simply mixing the hide glue (both hot and liquid) with very fine sawdust, the finer the better) It is best to work with a light colored sawdust like maple as it is easier to color a fill darker that it is to lighten it. What are the gap filling properties of hide glue?

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Hide Glue - Why You Should Start Using It Too

Hide Glue Disadvantages. It is not water resistant. In fact if it gets wet, the glue may reactivate and potentially let loose a joint. If you are using a hot hide glue (the kind you have to melt) you may find it very smelly. Liquid hide glues do not smell very strong at all, so they’re easier to be around.

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Correct Hide Glue Ratio Mix – Journeyman's Journal

Sep 21, 2017  21 thoughts on “ Correct Hide Glue Ratio Mix ” Greg Merritt says: September 21, 2017 at 1:15 pm. 1:1 always seems to work for me. I have to admit thoughafter a few times mixing, I no longer measure. I simply add water until the coverage looks the same as when I do measure it out. I’m only able to do that though because I learned what ...

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Complete Guide to Woodworking Glues

Apr 22, 2013  Fast: Hot hide glue tacks in minutes, but with the aid of an accelerator, CAs bond instantly. If you can afford a few minutes, fast-curing epoxies cure in minutes, but offer considerable strength. Slow: Titebond III and liquid hide glue offer more time for complex or multi-stage glue-ups. For even more time, try Titebond Extend (see sidebar ...

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Hide glue series at FW NC Woodworker

Mar 25, 2020  FineWoodworking just posted a 4-part article and video series on protein (bone, hide) glue, by Patrick Edwards, the creator of Old Brown Glue...

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Hot Hide Glue Rainford Restorations

Dec 12, 2014  Posts about Hot Hide Glue written by @TheRainford. When I am out in the workshop and I need to glue something up quickly using hide glue or need only a small amount of hide glue where it is not worth the time and trouble to mix up some traditional hide glue from the pellets, I place a bottle of Old Brown Glue (OBG) in my electric glue pot and let it warm up in the water.

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I came asking for advice last year, on the old website ...

Jan 29, 2021  And so far I have never found anything that can't be glued with hide glue (real hot hide glue, "liquid hide glue" I haven't used much). I actually tried it on fabric when I built a train table last year, and had to glue some green felt on Masonite. Hide glue made a perfect and easy job of it, a nice initial tack, and a quick setting.

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Glues – Bob Rozaieski Fine Woodworking

On today’s show, I discuss order of operations for projects, workbench top board orientation, nails for a cabinet back, mixing hot hide glue without a glue pot, saw sharpening files, and flattening a workbench.

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Woodworking with Hide Glue

Hide Glue. Hide Glue Options. Ancient Hide Glue Techniques Join Modern Woodworking—and Practically Everything Else. by Zach Etheridge. Old-fashion Hide Glue is one of the oldest kinds of adhesives on the planet, but even in this age of snazzy high-tech super glues it remains a highly useful, sometimes indispensable addition to the woodworker's arsenal of stickums.

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Hot Hide Glue Rainford Restorations

Dec 12, 2014  Posts about Hot Hide Glue written by @TheRainford. When I am out in the workshop and I need to glue something up quickly using hide glue or need only a small amount of hide glue where it is not worth the time and trouble to mix up some traditional hide glue from the pellets, I place a bottle of Old Brown Glue (OBG) in my electric glue pot and let it warm up in the water.

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Woodworking - How to Choose the Right Glue

Hide Glue. Hide glue is made from rendered animal collagen and is one of the oldest known forms of adhesive. Traditionally, “hot” hide glue comes in small granules that are melted in a double boiler and applied while warm. As the glue cools, the bond gets stronger. Once cured, this glue produces a strong bond that is on par with modern PVA ...

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How good is animal hide glue? Should I use it ...

Jan 04, 2013  Hot hide glues require care in mixing with water, require the glue to be heated in a container (called a glue pot) to about 145 F (never go above 145F), and

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Avoid This Disaster with Hide Glue – Lost Art Press

Feb 01, 2016  Hide glue, especially if you mix your own and use a hot glue pot, is a different animal and takes a little getting used to. There is a wealth of information about it on the web. There are different strengths available and they all have different gelling times. I agree with Chris about using some Titebond hide glue

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Hide Glue - Why You Should Start Using It Too

Hide Glue Disadvantages. It is not water resistant. In fact if it gets wet, the glue may reactivate and potentially let loose a joint. If you are using a hot hide glue (the kind you have to melt) you may find it very smelly. Liquid hide glues do not smell very strong at all, so they’re easier to be around.

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How To Choose The Best Glue For Wood Projects - 8 Options

Hide Glue. There is an old, traditional style of hide glue that comes in a solid form. You have to disolve it and keep it at 140 degrees F to use it. As it cools, it becomes very adhesive, and as it fully dries it becomes an incredibly strong bond. This is not convenient

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Liquid Hide Glue Advantages. Why It's The Best Wood Glue ...

Aug 05, 2016  I very much like hide glue and will use it whenever I see fit. One thing I don’t understand is why people have trouble with the hot hide glue cooling and setting. For difficult glue ups, this is what I was taught from Day One: Calmly apply the glue on both surfaces. And then reheat it with a hair dryer or paint stripper, before closing the joint.

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Fish Glue vs. Hot Hide Glue - The Unofficial Martin Guitar ...

Dec 11, 2018  Fish glue can fill voids more than hot hide glue. Fish glue is better than hot hide glue for gluing non wood parts like pearl inlays or metal to wood. Both glues are great natural protein glues with many of the same characteristics. I use fish glue when I need the long set time, hot hide glue for anything else wood-to-wood.

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Freezing hide glue NAWCC Forums

Jun 14, 2020  Re: Hide Glue 101 Hello, I hope you folks don't mind if I butt in here and ask a question even though I am not a clock restorer. If you feel that this post takes the thread too far afield, please just delete it; No hard feelings I have been trying to research a question regarding hide glue and I came across your wonderful thread. My question is:

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Which is better, Gorilla Glue or wood glue? - Quora

For wood Titebond III is the top dog. Expensive, but strong, long lasting, waterproof etc. Never use white glue - too moisture sensitive. The yellow, aliphatic glue is superior in all respects unless you want to eat it. The white has a much better...

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Adhesives and Glues Compared - WOODWEB

Hide glue is reported not to creep because it gets brittle. This means of course that hide glue should not be used in any joint that will be bending or under enough stress to move slightly. In other words, a little elasticity is a good thing at times. Elmer's glue is over 50 years old. What is this information about adhesives aging over many years?

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Glues and Adhesives – San Diego Fine Woodworkers

Fine Woodworking (August, 2007 #192) published a test of the strength of joints made with six different adhesives. Each glue was used to make bridle joints in maple, oak and ipe', with tight, snug or loose fit. A Type I PVA glue, Titebond IIIä, had the greatest average breaking strength of the six samples.

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