I had a thought about making a different lid for a keepsake box I'm working on. It looked good in my head, looked good on paper, it even looks good after making the tedious cuts necessary and, after figuring out the compound angle cuts needed. But, I never thought about the glue up!
Here is what I have. The first is the profile I made, and the second is how they should glue up.
Now, without spending a week or so making a gluing jig, I can't figure a way to glue these together.
I've heard Scott Phillips talk about a "rub joint" and that he uses it often. But I think that would only work on long grain and this is definitely end grain.
I've thought about CA but, I've never tried that on anything.
Do any of the box builders on here have some thoughts on this? It is cherry if that makes a difference.