JWS Quick Tip: Bubble Free Epoxy Pours

Ever filled a defect with epoxy resin only to come back the next day to find a big bubble has formed in your pour the next day? With this quick tip I show you how to make sure you get bubble free epoxy pours.

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18 Comments

  1. oh god I hate this lady…she is such bad journalist.

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  2. Mega Rayquaza Aka Super Saiyan

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  3. i wish i had your body but i don’t have enough time.

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  4. thanks good advice..

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  5. Cheers

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  6. Thanks

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  7. G’day Jord’s what happened to your wood lathe??????

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  8. Great tip! Thanks!

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  9. I must be blind as I watched that video and my lathe is the exact same model …… Now I know what to do with it when I can afford a REAL lathe….like you said in your shop tour you get what you pay for 🙂 thanks for sharing your projects you put them across so professionally, Tim.

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  10. Nice work Jord

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  11. You can also use a little propane/butane torch. Just make sure to hold the flame a few inches away.

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  12. I thought he said “Just apply hate to your resin.”That doesn’t work. I’ve tried. 🙂

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  13. Very useful tip Jord, thanks for sharing this one.

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  14. thank you great info

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  15. What type/brand of epoxy do you use Jord?

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  16. Very nice tip. Short, sweet, and to the point. I like the longer videos too.

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  17. One thing to watch out for, though, is outgassing. If you get the wood too
    hot, it will release gas trapped in the wood into the resin, which is
    pretty difficult to get to come to the surface. Trust me…I know.

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