We have had this project at our shop that we glue up 4 2 x 2 x 38" Walnut blanks into a 4 x 4 x 38" blank when it is glued up, and it gets turned into a profile. When we get it back from the turner we have to separate this in 4 parts to be used as 4 legs of a table.
Now we have a HARD time trying to get this apart without damaging the product, and making sure that there is 4 equal parts with in .003". (Not very much room for error) We have used Titebond I, II and had issues, then we used Titebond Liquid Hide Glue that says Its sensitivity to moisture allows for easy disassembly of parts and had no luck. (these were also used with paper inbetween staves)
SO what I was wondering if anyone has done this before and knows how to do this correctly without damaging a $400 turning for the 3rd time?