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 Moldings / Selfedge


Moldings / Selfedge

HOW TO APPLY MOLDINGS AND "SELFEDGING"

MOLDINGS

  1. Apply glue to molding.

  2. Place molding on edge to be glued and place electrode feet across the molding. 

  3. Apply ample pressure with hand unit.

  4. Pull trigger switch and tune lever.  Hold pressure until glue stops boiling.

  5. Sand and finish. 


NOTE:
The electrode feet are usually in the small gap position when doing narrow moldings.

SELF-EDGING (Plastic and Wood)

  1. Apply glue evenly to both surfaces.

  2. In most cases, the glue application should be a little heavier as it soaks into the end grain.

  3. Press the electrode feet, in the small gap position, across the edging strip and apply pressure.  Start at one end and slide or walk the hand unit along the edge keeping an even, flat pressure.

  4. If a self-edging strip is to be added after the plastic top is on, then a piece of masking tape must be put along the top edge to insure ease of removing any excess glue that may boil out and over the finished top.

  5. Edge is ready to be finished. 

  6. Maximum cure will result in about 24 hours. 

NOTE:  We feel the best method of applying edging is to place a piece of quarter ply or Plexiglas on top, then use the roller electrode feet as described.


 
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