Aug , Check out this video on making the best wood fill I know of Gather fine sawdust from your shop or recent woodworking project and store it in a clean container until ready to mix up a batch of wood fill Mix with expoxy (either minute or West System expoxy) on the wood surface that needs to be filled and

Feb , There is a simple and essentially free solution however make your own wood putty as needed and specifically for the wood you are using Here s how You ll also need a scroll saw, a fine toothed Japanese style saw, a sander, or some other method of producing very fine sawdust For my example I used

Aug , Check out video on making the best wood fill I know of Gather fine sawdust from your shop or recent woodworking project and store it in a clean container until ready to mix up a batch of wood fill Mix with expoxy (either minute or West System expoxy) on the wood surface that needs to be filled and adjust

Feb , I ve read posts in the past that some of you have chimed in about mixing sawdust and glue to fill voids and correct mistakes I have made filler using sawdust and epoxy The epoxy darkens the But making putty with Tightbond fine wood dust produces a very strong bond for when color doesn t matter.

Feb , If you re using WEST SYSTEM Epoxy Resin and Fast Hardener, your best bet would be to add WEST SYSTEM Colloidal Silica This will thicken the epoxy Then if you want to tint the mixture, you could carefully add some fine sanding dust or wood flour Just make sure the particles are very

Oct , I am going to need to fill some knot holes and thin gaps in my dovetails soon but I need the glue that I mix with the sawdust to be able to take finish What have you found to be to make filler Finishes will adhere to about any wood glue, including epoxy, providing the gloss is removed with sanding, etc.

Apr , You want the exact color, or at least as close as possible Where do you get the color of your wood From the wood itself Often called cabinetmaker s putty, this wood filler is made from fine wood dust mixed with a binding agent It is a quick, convenient wood filler that closely matches your wood s color.

Most fills made from wood dust and adhesive (including epoxy, white and yellow glues and superglue) are not absorbent and will therefore stand out very The very best way to fill small cracks in wood that s going to be varnished is is mix fine sanding dust of that specific wood with a little varnish of the

Nov , I have read in the West System broschure that wood shavings etc should not be mixed with the hardner Is this true Cheers, Pram Man before adding fillers Epoxy hardeners are fairly strong oxidants and might react in an unpleasant way with the filler and you re more likely to get them mixed evenly.

Jul , Simple way to make free wood filler when you don t get joints as tight as you would like! Thanks for watching and please like and subscribe for more woodwork

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