In order to obtain a rigid and simple body, all the components are laid and then crimped in the body press. The glued surfaces are additionally reinforced with wooden pegs or sipes. The press, when closing, applies an even force on each connection, at the same time setting the elements at right angles.

The body made in this way loses its stiffness only as a result of the breaking of the adhesive connection, which can occur only as a result of the force that would lead to the destruction of the body. The use of adhesive joints of body elements has a technical advantage over mechanical disconnect connections, but in some situations, the latter may be a better solution.
Such a case is the gluing of large-size bodies or the situation in which it is necessary to exchange single elements of the entire structure.