Hello. Im making a rounded wood base for an etched acrylic piece I did. I like alternating different colored woods. Like you may have seen woodworkers do with cutting boards.
This base isnt a cylinder exactly but it might be the easiest way to imagine what Im having trouble with. Not that ive tried doing it yet-im just thinking of it and know im going to run into some issues.
How would I -after I route/cut a few grooves about a 1/4 of an inch around this base- fill up the grooves with some colored resin?
I figure that when the resin flows towards the point of the grooves that turn round the back itll run and drip out and be thin in that area-not to mention not fill the grooved section in the back of the base account of gravity doing what it does.
How could I fill these grooves with resin?