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Gang Saw Thin Rasp
At the moment the glue seems plenty strong enough, particularly because of the large surface area. Also because these are cheap blades they are quite brittle and might snap if drilled. Using bolts through the existing holes on the full length blades is a great way to keep them alligned while gluing.A handle might be a good idea if using it for any length of time but for the moment it is small to get into tight spaces and do small jobs. This means I use it fairly often but not for very long. To do big jobs I use my big rasps.
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I am not sure how much I used precicely because I just bought a 30 meter roll and used what I needed and had some left over.Estimating at 4.6 meters for the bottom joint times 4 (inside and out 2 sides) and a meter or so for the stems and 2 meters times 2 for the panel joints gives around 24 meters.
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