GuitarMaestro Posted February 1, 2004 Report Share Posted February 1, 2004 Hi! I routed the cavities for a fingerboard in order to inlay precut MOP sharkfins I already bought. After much practice and very careful work I router all the cavities with nice precision. However it is not possible to do it 100% accurate as most of you surely made the expirience. I have kept all the sawdust during routing in a little box in order to use it as filler later. If I fill all little gaps arround the inlays with the saw dust, you are not able to realize that they are there at all. In fact it would even be impossible with a magnyfing glass. Now my question: If I mix my saw dust with epoxy and fill in the little gaps, will the still stay as invisible as without the epoxy or will the epoxy make the difference of real wood vs. saw dust obvious? Thanks in advance, Marcel Knapp! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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