Posts Tagged ‘hot glue’

Hammer veneering…

Slightly different start to the year in the workshop; using hot glue (also known as Scotch glue), a veneer hammer (which isn’t a hammer at all), and iron, and a bucket of hot water. A new set of tops was needed, and they were to be finished in Mahogany. The core was Birch plywood which is lighter than the MDF often used for new piano tops.

Written on January 15th, 2020. 0 Comments

Key bushes…

New guide bushes fitted to all the keys, front and balance (middle). Later in the re-build, the bushes will all be adjusted to the correct tolerance to allow the keys to move freely, but without wobbling…!

Written on March 22nd, 2012. 0 Comments

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Hammer veneering…
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