I'm "helping" a friend laminate up a couple of beams out of 11' 2x6s. The lamination is 4 boards thick. He "checked" all the boards before he brought them over, they are all straight.
Yeah, well, I got 2 put down on the bench, put the third on the stack and it was bowed way too much to clamp straight. And of course it touched the glue on the other board.
So I set it aside and was able to glue up the rest of the lamination with other boards.
I can solve the problem by breaking down the bowed board, jointing and then cutting the ends square, I can use this broken down board inside the stack where the largest butt seams will be hidden.
But I've got to clean off that board. Will gorilla glue mess up my planer knives? Should I sand it off instead?
Thanks for the advice