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What inlay Goo would you use??

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Willy Franklin, Feb 11, 2005.


  1. Willy Franklin

    Willy Franklin Supporting Member

    Feb 5, 2005
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Hello all,

    Say that you've routed out a cavity for an inlay you've created... and it just so happens that the cavity is a tad bit larger than the inlay... and say it was on a darker wood and you think it would be cool for it to have a black outline around the inlay.

    What kind of epoxy would you use to sink the inlay into and then sand it flush, creating a shiny black outline around your inlay?

    Any help would be appreciated...

    Thanks,

    Willy Franklin
     
  2. tjclem

    tjclem Supporting Member Commercial User

    Jun 6, 2004
    Central Florida
    Owner and builder Clementbass
    stew mac has black slow drying epoxy. Good luck ....tom