Is there such thing as a rule of thumb when it comes to clamping
pressure for edge jointing?
I just did a tabletop for a "utility" table for my workshop, and for
the practice I did a glue-up instead of using plywood.
Not knowing any better, I clamped the damn-fool hell out of it. (If 10
lbs. of pressure is good, then 100 lbs. is TEN times better...)
I just read an article that briefly mentioned something about clamping
too tight and squeezing out too much glue, thereby weakening the joint.
So far, the table top is holding up fine, but how can I know this will
always be the case???
Can someone please enlighten me on this one, or point me to a resource?
Thanks in advance for any help you all can give!