The stove was a little tighter radius so the spring-back was about perfect. I gave the plywood a couple of dunkings in the rain barrel to help it bend... then since it was wet I used poly glue.How did you decide on the stove to bend it to? and was there a lot of spring-back when you removed the strap?
I see a few places you could have put more clamps :thumbsup:I used two layers of 1/4" luan ply for this. The first layer was stapled to the edge of the drawer bottom. The second layer was ripped narrower and stacked on top of the drawer bottom and I stapled through the bottom into this layer. Using this method the two layers had two courses of fasteners at 90* angles to one another. The layers were also glued and clamped to each other.
I think youmight have to do something like that by hand. Something I have never done before.Leo, I thought of your drawer and wondered how you would do dovetails at that curved joint... it meets at 30*. I'm sure it could be done... for a certain price.