Like everything else, I've found a way to do frets that works for me but other people do it differently with equally good results. I find fretting the board before gluing it to the neck lets me be much more consistent. I also use a combination of hammering and pressing. First, radius the fretwire on a home made gizmo. I said I do lots of different scale lengths but I only do three radii - this works fine. Lately it seems I've only been doing bound fretboards - this one will be simple. Cut the frets a little oversize and keep them separate by length. In the foreground of the picture are my little fretting hammer and the StewMac caul. I know its not designed for pressing but so far the quill of my drill press has stood up fine. I keep thinking I should by an arbor press before I have to buy a drill press and arbor press. Just once more.... Not a great picture but the routine is wick a tiny bead of thin CA in the slot, tap the fret in to start it, tap all the way across, the press and hold for the count of 30 while the glue kicks off. Repeat. I check each fret with a 0.003 feeler gauge to make sure its totally seated. When its done I clamp it over night with a 12 inch radius caul and check again in the morning.