Hey folks. Its been a while.I’ve been looking into formalizing the side gig doing repairs, and Im trying to get my ducks in a row figuring out the numbers etc. (Unfortunately) it looks like I need to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Bales Jan 31, 2019.
Hey allI noticed stew mac has their drill press planer on sale, and I am sorely lacking on a power thicknesser for small parts, so Im trying to weigh my options. I would really like a dedicated unit…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Apr 30, 2018.
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Apr 26, 2018.
Hey all. Im browsing LMII at the moment and just came across this line of cyanoacrylate glues, ca glues for finishes, and tints for said glues. Ive tried a few ways of adding dyes and colour pigments…Continue
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Sorry, I referenced the incorrect poster, but my friend request is still valid ;)
Hi Andrew... I just sent a friend request so I can 'pester you further' about the cool guitar body:) It looks like a one carved slab sitting atop a larger, flat (and different species) piece?
In any event... it's a great look! Talk with you soon... /// Mike Kolb
The acoustic guys use epoxy to grain fill back and sides and then sand and finish over it, I haven't used West Systems in this role but would expect it to work as good as any other epoxy. I would think that some thickener may be needed as a grain filler as the normal consistency of WS is very fluid like.
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