More about FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle (16 Ounces)

FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle (16 Ounces)

The glu-bot is the only glue bottle that will not drip or spill. The glu-bot will put the glue where you want it and only where you want it. The easy-squeeze bottle features a unique two-chamber design that pulls the glue back after squeezing to eliminate dripping. This same design allows the glu-bot to be the first glue bottle to make vertical application easy and without drips. Glue level remains high even when the bottle is running low. Comes packed with one yorker- and one blade-style tip.
  • No dripping
  • Replaceable tips
  • Wide mouth for easy filling
  • Wide bottom for extra stability
  • Works with most glues or solvents

List Price: $ 6.99 Price: $ 6.18

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When setting up a wood shop, organize woodworking tools, such as table saws, drill presses and sanders, to make room for large boards of wood. Keep a wood shop functional and safe by keeping tools organized with the help of this free video from an award-winning woodworker on basic carpentry.

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17 Responses to “More about FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle (16 Ounces)”

  1. mark kurian

    Evelyn was the one who told me to google Woody Hyezmar. And yes, the woodworking book is till available.

  2. Les K

    Can't hear you half the time. But it looks nice.

  3. Salah eddine

    Nice video content! Excuse me for chiming in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you heard about – Antonello Astonishing Woodwork Takeover (do a google search)? Ive heard some great things about it and my m8 created the most beatiful woodwork creation with it.

  4. Salah eddine

    Great Video clip! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried – Antonello Astonishing Woodwork Takeover (Sure I saw it on Google)? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my friend Sam after a lifetime of fighting built the most beatiful piece of art with it.

  5. Borislav Poltarakin

    For almost 5yrs, I spend time and cash purchasing woodworking guides, plans but many of them left me more issue than answer.

  6. diamonddog257

    from Canada:
    …hmm…clamps, chisels, ROUTER [table] , 17"+ drillpress and bit Index… Dado
    blades inventory, Glue, stain, oil, Sandpaper inventory…sinkEmergency station…
    Plans and Drafting board blackboard station…small hardware millDrill…
    oh well…..great Unisaw you have…..
    thx: DS

  7. burtonkidd

    Agree 100%, but sometimes guards just get in the way.
    Like im 18 and been in woodworking for 10 years, when i got into grade 11 woodworking at school they introduced fixed safety guards for drill presses and routers. More people got hurt with these stupid guards then without them, and table saw guards , i just straight up hate them, ill ditch the guard and keep the riving knife on. Its all in the user not the machine.

  8. burtonkidd

    the older machines are better if you ask me.
    in our shop at school we have all general machines and they kick ass, got a new jointer in and one week later it brakes down. Somethings like a new table saw (saw stop), Jessom Router and new hands are in the shop but other then that it's all old school.

  9. Summers Woodworking

    Cannot hear you

  10. vdobrovo

    Really amazing videos, I'd like to take a vacation to work in your shop (volunteer), you are very passionate about your profession and knowledgeable :-)))
    Green T-shirt is your trade mark!!

  11. jenny hasyb

    Change your T Shirt for atleast once, Ben10

  12. liwebguy

    Looks like a great video, I just can't here what is being said…

  13. David Gladden

    See what you think of mine its a Domestic type workshop one we all might have
    Video called "The Almond Bank Workshop" by dmgladden

  14. tarantulaguy1993

    lol…"radio" arm saw… "Stroll" saw…that there some subtitle goodness

  15. titanwr

    @MillyVanillification We've done it both ways in our shops. We gutted an old hay barn about 36 x 48 and put our shop in there. We bought the dust collection system at auction from the local high school… 60hp baby! With the wooden floor it's a much cleaner and neater look running the duct work below the deck and out of the shop. We moved to a 10,000 sq. foot facility with concrete floors… no such luck goin under the floor lol, but the industrial look was pretty cool.

  16. titanwr

    @grayngreen I thought he said "Radial"… which is what it is.

  17. meower121

    my woodshop is in my basement

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