Woodworking Tips & Techniques: Joinery – Easy Installation of Corner Blocks

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Woodworking Tips & Techniques: Joinery - Easy Installation of Corner Blocks

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Woodworking Tips & Techniques: Joinery – Your dining room chairs will most likely go through a good bit of wear and tear over their lifetime, so you should make sure that you’ve reinforced their structural components. George Vondriska demonstrates the simple process for installing corner braces on your wooden chairs using a HiPURformer Advanced Bonding System hot glue gun from Titebond.
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  • sandra ashley
    August 3, 2016

    As any woodworking nut I’ve spent a small fortune on plans, projects and tools. If you’re just beginning start up with Woody Hyezmar’s Woodworking Bible.T

  • Marcia Holdsworth
    August 3, 2016

    I think you need to take some time and go to woodprix website to learn how to make it.

  • Ed Waggoner Sr. (Papatch)
    August 3, 2016

    When doing an ad for a company you should say so.

  • John Salazar
    August 3, 2016

    I agree with other posters here. Even though I have used this system for years to glue small trim onto projects (looks better than brads or even pins) I would not use it on joinery. Using a high quality glue and clamping those pieces produces a better end product. Secondly the HiPURformer glues are not cheap they run about $12 for small tubes that are UNDER 4oz in size. Like I said I use them ONLY when I don't want nail heads being visible on delicate trim work otherwise it gets expensive. 

  • John Salazar
    August 3, 2016

    I agree with other posters here. Even though I have used this system for years to glue small trim onto projects (looks better than brads or even pins) I would not use it on joinery. Using a high quality glue and clamping those pieces produces a better end product. Secondly the HiPURformer glues are not cheap they run about $12 for small tubes that are UNDER 4oz in size. Like I said I use them ONLY when I don't want nail heads being visible on delicate trim work otherwise it gets expensive.

  • Mac Tully
    August 3, 2016

    This is even a better tip he is full of s****t it's just a standard glue is using

  • WoodworkingPlansExp
    August 3, 2016

    This is a good tip. Thanks for sharing

  • 4vinos
    August 3, 2016

    Wish you stop selling stuff.

  • Canoe Songe
    August 3, 2016

    Nice commercial!

  • Nitin Anand
    August 3, 2016

    Why have your videos become advertisements? They used to be helpful, informative, and concise. Now they're just product ads. Bring back the teaching please.

  • Jim Steinbrecher
    August 3, 2016

    There's no time for the glue to soak into the wood.

  • noahandgabrielsmum
    August 3, 2016

    Sorry…. got a bit bored I think.

  • missingno777
    August 3, 2016

    It's at the end of the video.

  • Bike Man Dan
    August 3, 2016

    Could easily clamp that…

  • Gilbert Ramos
    August 3, 2016

    regular wood glue and clamps would be better. this is just a shameless commercial for Titebond .

  • Charles Morin
    August 3, 2016

    I would use standard Titebond glue with clamps. This is stronger than the wood…

  • noahandgabrielsmum
    August 3, 2016

    Why is it so different than craft glue ? Brand, make????
    Be more specific about facts please.

  • Lenny F
    August 4, 2016

    why not use it on every joint in the chair?