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Posted on Need help with dealing with tearout

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BurlyBob

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#1 posted 09-15-2016 03:45 AM

Is the gap have any open area to it? I just got done using a two part epoxy to fill gaps in a display case of red oak and black walnut splines. I had to dig a little of the glue with a dental pick. I put a little extra hardner in the mix. It worked pretty darn nice. I trimmed the bulk of the excess with a real sharp chisel and sanded it down. I had some 320 grit for the final polish sanding. A couples of poly and you honestly can’t see the gaps. You might give that a try.


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