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Here’s an easy way to improvise when you’re running out of clamps around the woodworking shop. After spreading glue, set the work to be clamped on top of a scrap piece of plywood. Then, use scrap wood across the top of the work, spaced 12 inches apart. Using three-inch drywall screws, secure the straps to the bottom plywood. Remove them after the glued boards have dried overnight.
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