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    teardropkevin
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    I attempted to make a room within a room in the barn like space that I’m renting out from the neighbor in order to continue the early stages of my build, but I’m just not successful enough to get it to the correct temperature.  It’s been in the mid-40s here in the Northwest and we’re in an unusually harsh winter and not sure when the temperatures are going to elevate.

    I’m going to look ahead in the manual and see if there’s anything else that I can do to get something done that does not involve gluing. If anyone has any thoughts to share regarding this I’d love to hear them.

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    CWStevens
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    You could switch to fast hardener, but most everyone would recommend waiting for warmer weather.

    Something you may also want to remember about working in colder weather, your hands have to be able to work too!  I can’t see filleting with gloves on!

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