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    I wonder if there's a way to capture the aesthetic without embedding everything in epoxy. You can even intentionally create visually interesting swarf, rather than just working with generic sweepings.

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    The usual procedure is to let a layer of epoxy set up, but not cure, then add the rest with the aggregate. The two layers of epoxy will bind seamlessly. Then it's just a matter of working the first layer, which is the top (or whatever surface is to be exposed). No danger of exposing the aggregate.

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    It was the machining to make handles and such that exposed the aggregate.

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    This guy dose it all in differnt type of resins.
    Even made bacon handle for some kind of kitchen tool.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3C...VqEopj5T1jiRtA


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