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Old 03-20-2017, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm looking at getting into doing my own stabilization. I'd also like to get into casting PR and or alumilite.

I don't see why the same chamber couldn't be used for both. Is that something that could be done? Anyone have any recommendations on what would be best to get?
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You don't need a chamber if you cast with PR. Here's a good article from the library that will get you started. If you want to cast with Alumilite, than this article is a good starting reference. Turntex Woodworks has some good articles on casting with Alumilite also. For stabilizing, you will need a chamber that will allow you to see the wood you are stabilizing. For stabilization info, check out these articles from Turntex Woodworks.
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