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Old Jun 17, 2008, 09:42 AM
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To laminate those sides Im now using a piece of glass that came from a coffee table. I had to get it cut down to a usable size. It is thick and I can see right through it so it is easy to assure alignments and I can easily tell if there is any glue that needs to be removed before it sets up. I can place a lot of weight on it and can use less epoxy. Once I thinned down the epoxy with alchohol and used just weights and the results were a fuse with lifted edges between the weights, wont do that again. When applying the epoxy I drizzle some on both parts and spread it out and scrape it off with a plastic card until no more will come off, then I assemble the pieces.
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