My sealant finally cured hard enough to move on to next steps with my wooden arrows build. Last night I carefully examined each arrow’s end grain so that I could orient my arrow nock grooves and string perpendicular to the grain, with the runners facing up. I made a small reference dot at the end of each arrow shaft with a fine tip sharpie to indicate the direction the nock index should point (away from bow riser). I glued on all of the 5/16″ Classic Nocks using Duco cement. Even though the Duco says you can handle in an hour, I’m going to wait the full 16 hour curing time before cresting. This will give me some time to locate some measurements on the shafts, and to get my power drill cresting jig figured out.