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#1 posted 05-30-2018 04:02 AM

That is an idea Brad, thanks. The pocket was intended to be in the void to be filled with epoxy, but perhaps I could use something I can later remove or machine out to make the bulk of the pocket with out having to fill it all with epoxy first. Hadn’t thought of that.

The epoxy I’m using currently says to not pour more than 1/8” at a time, but through my experiments I’ve been able to pour up to about 1/4” fine, but that takes quite a while when it’s a few days between cures lol I know what you mean, though. First time I mixed a bit too much and left 3/4” in the bottom of the mixing cup, and yellowed while curing, presumably due to the excessive heat

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