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#1 posted 01-15-2019 09:35 AM

I use polyester resin which is normally used for fiberglass reinforced plastic. Or an epoxy resin which is frequently used for building boats like cedar canoes.
I have used the polyester type to fill large spaces (in a tabletop) between slabs of small trees. There were some initial problems with shrinkage likely due to shrinkage of the wood. Repairs were easy. That all went away.

I have also used epoxy to fill cracks, knotholes and spaces in flooring and various things.

-- James H. - https://wisepick.org/best-cabinet-table-saw/


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