Turners Select Pigtail Brass Metal Inlay

Turners Select Pigtail Brass Metal Inlay
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    Turners Select Pigtail Brass Metal Inlay

    Part# 1043910001

    Our Price: $3.75

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      Ideal for filling large voids in bowls and platters or creating a one-of-a-kind pen blank, Turners Select™ Pigtail Brass Metal Inlay adds incredible depth, texture, and color to your turnings.
    • Ideal for casting custom resin pen blanks
    • Easily fill large voids in bowls and platters
    • Unique brass pigtail curls add depth and texture to your woodturnings
    • Soft brass metal turns easily
    • Mix with epoxy to achieve desired consistency to fill voids
    • Small steel inclusions may be easily removed using a magnet
    • 2.3 oz.
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    Striking Accent

    Comments On Jan 04, 2016:I have bought a few bags of this product. It works well alone or in combination with other type of inlay (Inlace etc.). If used solo I recommend using 5-min epoxy. Once you widen cracks (with a Dremel, for example) there are a couple of ways to inset the shavings. The first is to mix them with epoxy, the second is to drop the shavings in and place epoxy over the shavings. I find the second method easier. Either way, you want a dense packing of the material to optimize the appearance. Also important is making the cracks wide enough (~1/8") that the shavings can lay randomly.
    I have also found good results mixing with Beek inlace. It will take more shavings that you may think to create a striking effect.
    My only beef is that I would prefer slightly shorter shavings. Overall I highly recommend this product.

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