Cutting Multiple Parts
One day my wife asked me if I would make her 58 shields for awards day at her school. Usually when I cut multiples on my scrollsaw I tape or screw the parts. This time I hot-melt glued them together. It not only worked great, but was much faster and easier.
I like this idea of just running a bead of hot-melt down the edge of the stack, using the glue as though it were tape. Thinking outside the box!
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