My panel glue up table top
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is about used up I think. 10-15 years of gluing up door panels has filled it in with a lot of glue.
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Time to make a new one I think. It's close to an inch deep in the middle.
Wonder how hot the old one will burn in the woodstove?
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Wow
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Someone here has the tag line "you are not your post count".
But I think you could get extra credit for your glue droppings.
In some circles, it could be "high art".
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(01-19-2018, 07:14 PM)AgGEM Wrote: Wow
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Someone here has the tag line "you are not your post count".
But I think you could get extra credit for your glue droppings.
In some circles, it could be "high art".  
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When I first looked at the photos, I thought that was carpeting and couldn't figure out why you'd put carpet on a glue-up top.  Then Ag's comment made me look again.  Wow that is amazing.  I'll even bet you used to clean the glue droppings off it. 

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I'm calling the EPA.......
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(01-19-2018, 09:33 PM)EdL Wrote: I'm calling the EPA.......  
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If you like the setup I'd attack it with a wide chisel and mallet and knock most of it off and start over
Wink

Or a belt sander on slow speed and 40 grit belt.

Got an air chisel? That might make quick work of it.
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(01-19-2018, 07:05 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: is about used up I think. 10-15 years of gluing up door panels has filled it in with a lot of glue.
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Time to make a new one I think. It's close to an inch deep in the middle.
Wonder how hot the old one will burn in the woodstove?
Laugh
Winkgrin
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Did you give it a go with a heat gun and wide knife
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Oh I know how to fix it!!   I have to find a picture

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(01-20-2018, 04:34 PM)Wild Turkey Wrote: If you like the setup I'd attack it with a wide chisel and mallet and knock most of it off and start over
Wink

Or a belt sander on slow speed and 40 grit belt.

Got an air chisel?  That might make quick work of it.

That bottom board is 1/2 chipboard, and may not survive the chisel.
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I can probably build a new one in less time.


(01-20-2018, 04:57 PM)Bob10 Wrote: Did you give it a go with a heat gun and wide knife
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