Love me some slingshots.
Tried a different approach to the opfs. So far so good 👍😊
Thank you! These are a bit on the smaller side but they are awesome! And the glow stuff is a bit hard to blend into the wood but I'm sure I can get it close enough to where a few good coats of clear gloss should make it a smooth transition 🤞 if not still cool and comfortable.interesting concept,love the glow in the dark
So with stabilized wood they take a piece of wood and soak it in a solvent epoxy mixture then stabilize it which sucks that epoxy deep into the wood the solvent then goes away and your left with a very solid slab of expoxy and wood.still trying to figure out the blue "fork" tips,,,resin?
Yes you are correct. He does both types as well!Hybrid resin 👌🎯👍. My cousin does some unbelievable tables doors guitars you name it with this like but alot of the wood if stabilized it's with cactus juice I'm sure? Unless it's going on the pressure pot which forces the resin into the wood. 👍🎯👊
I know you aren't brother! Sorry to be short I'm busy as hell this week! But your info is spot on. Mainly they use cactus juice or stabilizing resin which is different from epoxyBro I'm not jumping in with info to be a deuch it's just well skarrd asked what it was so I gave what I knew to be correct 👊🎯💙👍👌🏴
Oh and I know you use those little sanding disc. I just picked up this brand and they are far superior to the sandpaper that comes with the drums not sure what you use but I like these the best so far!Bro I'm not jumping in with info to be a deuch it's just well skarrd asked what it was so I gave what I knew to be correct 👊🎯💙👍👌🏴
I feel that! I just noticed I run through quite a few pads when finishing and these seem to have a longer life. I just had issues with my last cheap purchase, the grits were labeled wrong haha I was like wth is going on then I noticed that and compared them and sure enough there were several like that.Buddy I use the cheaper ones there for nails because you seam to get more of a variation in grits 🎯💙👊🎯👍👌