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    Here's a video of me making the segmented brush handle I had teased about in the "What are you working on" thread. Hope you like it.




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEANS3Ghqwk&t=1494s




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    Thanks for checking it out gentleman!
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    I'll watch it when I get back.
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    Andrew, with all the words I have at my disposal there is only one that comes to mind. Yum!
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    I enjoyed the whole video! That is a nice job of work!
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    Andrew, what was that stuff you had in the bottle at 20 minutes, glue of some type?
    What was in the spray can?
    Does that stuff dry that fast or did you stop the video for it to dry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirlau View Post
    Andrew, what was that stuff you had in the bottle at 20 minutes, glue of some type?
    What was in the spray can?
    Does that stuff dry that fast or did you stop the video for it to dry?
    A product I can get locally called Mitre bond. Carpenters use it to, well, bond mitres in trim work. All it is, is a thick CA and a spray activator. In the vid, I really should have sprayed the walnut before I put it in the handle, but I got moving too fast. I did however stop to let it cure for a couple hours, but even still there was a bit that was uncured. That's why you see me hit it again with the spray activator.

    When we use it on casing or baseboard joints at work, one side of the joint gets glue, the other side gets the activator. You bring them together and within 3-4 seconds it bonds and wont let go.

    You wouldn't believe how many times I've glued my fingers to me work. The thin, water like CA can actually burn you.
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    That's was another very interesting start to finish video to watch.
    The segmentation and the brush size itself are both outstanding.
    Another fine outcome.

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    That was an awesome video. Thanks for putting that together, I enjoyed that a lot!
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    Brilliant work. I could watch wood turning for hours.
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    Me too Shaun. Really nice project with results to be proud of Andrew!
    Fun to watch.
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