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Searching for the best way to glue woods together [Experiment]
posted March 17 2013 20:18.59 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Matthias Wandel made this interesting video regarding wooden joints and how we glue them. He ran a nice experiment and shared the results: He glued several pieces of wood together using different techniques, and then he used a car jack and a weight scale to measure the force that it would take to break each connection! Watch the video:



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