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Seconding the suggestion to use epoxy. That crack is an interesting one though because it goes through the nonflat surface of the live edge, so its a bit challenging to make a mould to stop the epoxy from leaking out. My suggestion would be to build a mould that holds the slab on its side (with the live edge on the top), and pour the epoxy in from the live ...


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I'm by no means an expert but did a very similar project recently, so here's my thoughts/suggestions: Will filling cracks with resin visually add or detract? Obviously a matter of taste, but the appearance of cracks is heavily affected by the finish you choose. I found that unfilled cracks can be made more obvious when applying a finish that sits above the ...


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I faced a similar conundrum recently - I wanted a clear epoxy finish to preserve the natural appearance of the wood. In the process of making my piece I made various mistakes with the epoxy, including using a non UV resistant one, and allowing some bubbles to set in the piece (which is very difficult to avoid entirely). You can check out my project (which I ...


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