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Sunday, October 08, 2006
Infusion Table Test
Did a test with the infusion table this weekend. Took a small piece of Coosa, wrapped it with a layer of glass and infused in on the table (per the steps in the previous post). Generally, all went pretty well and the test came out good. The only problem was that I put the side that had the "doubled up" glass due to overlap, side DOWN. That created small gaps between the table and the flat edge. This created areas that did not laminate to the piece. Solution, put overlaps side UP.