36288Re: micro sheer clamp......how?
- May 3, 2004--- In email@example.com, "Jason Stancil" <jasonstancil@h...>
> > Now,working backwards,back out the screws only enough toJason,
> > release the rubrail while your helper holds the now straightening
> > out end and keeps it from twisting and breaking.
> Huh? what does that mean?
It "means" that this is what is going to be happening as you
remove the rubrail from its "dry fit" stage,prior to hollowing and
gluing.You want to make sure the end being freed from the crews does
not fall off and crack uncerimoniously.Also,do not back out the
screws too far since you want to keep just a little point sticking
out proud to serve as guide points for perfect re-attachment.This is
most helpful since a rub rail loaded with glue is going to be one
slippy snake and with it smearing all over the place :-), you'll be
hard pressed to find your pencil line again underneath the glue.......
Hope this makes better sense and that it is not too late to be
Peter Lenihan,ex owner/builder of Lestat.........
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