With the rods all oriented north polarity up and aligned, it's time to press on the upper flatwork. Sometime a little tweaking is needed to get the rods properly aligned with the upper flatwork. This is critical as if this is not done, the sharp ends of the magnets will broach out the flatwork holes a bit and compromise their holding power. Upper flatwork pressed on. This is my first time using white/ parchment flatwork. Looks pretty sharp! Add a touch of medium CA on either side of the magnets along the centerline on both top and bottom for strength. If this is not done, especially at the outer magnets, the pressure exerted by the coil winds can cause the outer ends of the flatwork to bow giving the pickup kind of a bow tie look. Try to keep the CA out of the winding land area or the CA fillets will take up precious magnet wire real-estate. It's in the details.