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This video touches on how Story Door Studio makes solid wood doors without using a engineered core or engineered woods. When making a solid wood door, the desired result is a door that remains strong, flat and stable throughout its life. Click the play icon below to watch the video:
How to Make Solid Wood Doors; Strong, Flat and Stable.
When gluing wood, the actual point where the dried glue bonds two surfaces of wood should be stronger than the wood’s strength by itself. A demonstration of that glue strength is also demonstrated within this video.
Story Door Studio uses Titebond Products and well as other adhesives, depending on the application. The glue demonstrated in this video is Titebond III. If you desire, further information can be found on their site.