martin54 wrote:How are you preping your stock material? Could you start your tests with a thicker block of wood, then if the test doesn't go to plan you could re surface & try again if it turns out well then just take the excess off the other side. Most of the wood I buy comes from a sawmill & is never the size I want it to be to start with so it works for me when testing
c1nel1 wrote:Instead of a liquid color why not use a powdered color? I have successfully used fine sawdust and dried ground up
plants for epoxy filler. Black Walnut sawdust turns really dark when mixed with epoxy.
David Rueth wrote: I have found wood like poplar will bleed no mater what I try.
potzmannwoodshop wrote:David Rueth wrote: I have found wood like poplar will bleed no mater what I try.
Use a closed Grain wood like maple, birch, cherry or hickory
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