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#GorillaGlue Prize Pack Winners from July 11 #WoodChat

Posted on July 16th, by Andy Brownell in Gorilla Glue, marketing & promotion. No Comments

Last week’s #WoodChat was a blast. Thanks to everyone for the discussion around all things Gorilla Glue and adhesives. A special shout-out to the co-hosts Matt Gradwohl (Upper Cut Woodworks) and Chris Wong (Flair Woodworks) for pulling everyone together and running such an awesome forum. I have to admit, a few of the questions even had me stumped, but the experts back at the office are working on responding to those this week. ┬áNonetheless, here is a rundown of the three winners:

Best Tough Story:

This one didn’t get any submissions (sad trombone) but I’m sure everyone has at least one Tough … Read More »

July 11th #WoodChat Gorilla Glue Prize Packs

Posted on July 11th, by Andy Brownell in Gorilla Glue, video. 16 comments

So to keep things interesting and engaging as possible, my friends at Gorilla Glue have kindly offered up for grabs three (3) prize packs for folks participating in tonight’s WoodChat around all things glue. The kit includes the following 100% Tough products:

1- 18 oz. bottle of Gorilla Wood Glue (PVA)
1 roll of Gorilla Tape
1 package of Gorilla Epoxy
1 bottle Gorilla Super Glue
1 bottle of Gorilla Glue (polyurethane)
1- 100% Tough Made in USA Gorilla t-shirt

Here’s all you have to do for a chance to win:

Submit an idea (by leaving a comment to this post below) from tonight’s WoodChat that covers one … Read More »

A shout-out to Mr. Roubo, Moxon and Abraham: Finished Workbench

Posted on July 9th, by Andy Brownell in Around the shop, Gorilla Glue, Projects. 2 comments

Every so often, I get to build something that truly transforms my perspective as a woodworker. My latest project, the Benchcrafted split-top Roubo work bench was one of those projects.

Not that the project was technically difficult, although I was faced with a few challenges, including not reading a clearly called out warning on page one of the template instructions to check the scale of your printer.┬áThis project started with humble beginnings as a fallen maple tree, then took 2 1/2 years to dry, and another 3 months to complete. It cost me close to $2,000 between materials, clamps, hardware, and … Read More »