VAKuum Veneering & Klamping!
- 60 minutes of basic veneering
and clamping techniques.
- 40 Minutes of product
overview. (Understanding what's available.)
- 20 Minutes of advanced
veneering and laminating techniques.
Hosted by a 6th generation cabinet maker with
over 20 years experience in vacuum applications in the shop, the video is the
best step you can take to become familiar with vacuum pressing & clamping. It will
open up your eyes to the endless possibilities that vacuum creates for you,
by covering veneering, pressing, laminating and clamping in detail.
Step by step information shows how to cut veneer, patch veneer, what veneer face
should go up, when to cross band veneer, what tools are needed, etc.
Demonstrations include veneering a flat panel, making a curved door with bent
laminations and applying a book-match veneer, an advanced technique to
curved laminations like a window arch, where the form is outside the bag.
vacuum clamping for routing, sanding, holding and more.
In addition, you will learn about vacuum terminology and what it means to the
woodworker. The equipment is explained so you will see and understand what exactly
you are investing in. Also, learn about our upgrade policy that lets you improve
your pumps performance without losing your original investment.
Here are just some of the comments we have received from our customers who have
seen the video:
"This video cleared up many questions and gave me the
into veneering. I'll start with a manual system and upgrade later - no one
offers a system like this!"
- B.H. Fresno, CA
"I watched it 4 times and learned something new each time. I have over
20 years experience as a professional woodworker, but the video provided me
with a wealth of new information."
- S.T. Boulder, CO
Topics Covered in the Video
Veneering, Pressing & Laminating
Why you should consider veneering
Tools used in veneering
How to cut veneer
How to determine the "good" face of the veneer
When to cross band veneer
How to repair a hole or cut in a veneer
Veneering a flat piece
Making a bent lamination, with the mold inside or outside the bag
Veneering a curved piece
Cauls - what are they and why they are used
Glues used and how to speed up drying time
VAK Pumps - the differences between them
The Manual Veneering System
The Automatic Veneering System
The VAKuum Bag System
What the Kits include.
Bag Material - Vinyl vs. Polyurethane.
Advantages of the Q.V.P. System.
$30 - Retail Value
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