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that's interesting how you glued it on top of it then epoxied it flat. How difficult is it to make the epoxy smooth and flat? Seems like it would take a lot of epoxy and time too. Looks great, I wouldn't have even known it wasn't inlayed in.
 

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Great job!

Thanks for the post

Callum
 

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Very interesting. Nice job
 

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very interesting indeed!!! how unique - and beautiful
 

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I know marine epoxy tends to be thick, but how did you get it smooth?
 

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@Jon3:

"I know marine epoxy tends to be thick, but how did you get it smooth?"

First of al I added some epoxy thinner to help it 'flow'.
Then, once the star was completly covert I sanded it back to a dead flat surface using a stationary wide-belt-sanding-machine. http://www.irsauctions.com/misc/steelcase/heesemann.jpg
 

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Super work frank
 
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