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Posted on Can someone tell me how this was done?

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RetiredCoastie

999 posts in 1782 days


#1 posted 597 days ago

I’ve used this technique before in turnings. You work in small sections at a time and build it up. I pack small amounts of stone dust or powder into the crack or void and apply CA glue and activator then add more dust
and repeat until the void is filled just above the surface then sand until flush. check out www.arizonasillouete.com

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