Anyone doing epoxy inlays successfully?

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Re: Anyone doing epoxy inlays successfully?

Postby ger21 » Tue Sep 04, 2018 8:30 pm

Depends on what they are adding. There are different fillers for different purposes. I don't think making it thicker would be desirable.
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Re: Anyone doing epoxy inlays successfully?

Postby sseale » Tue Sep 04, 2018 9:31 pm

Thickener may be useful where the inlay is on a sloped/curved surface to try and control for any liquid runs outside of the machined areas.
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Re: Anyone doing epoxy inlays successfully?

Postby Mobius » Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:41 am

Many powders available are 'metallic', and suspend in the epoxy creating interesting patterns and effects. All the rage right now, just one more thing I should have kept up with when I did it years ago.

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Re: Anyone doing epoxy inlays successfully?

Postby JayGee » Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:41 pm

IF you're going to try the 5 minute epoxy you probably should count on it starting to set in 3 minutes.
AND, unless you're buying the 5 minute epoxy already colored you're probably going to be out of luck.
IF you find a two-part 5 minute epoxy you're still going to lose a couple of minutes making sure that it has
been mixed thoroughly. BEWARE!
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