SawDust_Junkie Posted February 12, 2006 Report Share Posted February 12, 2006 (edited) I am working on inlaying my fret board. Rosewood with mother of pearl inlays. I have CA glue and Titebond original glue. I am pretty pleased so far with how well the routing for the inlays has gone using a dremel tool, but inevitably, there are small 1/64" gaps or less around the inlays. So, I planned on using the sawdust from the routing to make a glue paste to fill in around the inlays. The question I have is how long a working time do you have with CA glue if you mix a paste using the Rosewood sawdust? Would I be better using the Titebond glue ? I planned on mixing the CA glue and sawdust and then drawing it into a syringe to apply it in the inlay cavities. Is this a good method for the process I am describing ? Edited February 12, 2006 by SawDust_Junkie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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