Her video pretty much showed way more than I need to know. I was just planning on rim about 1/4" higher than the tallest part of the board to contain it (temp., wrapped with wax paper or something) and doing the same for the bottom with just a pane of glass (super flat) and wax paper over it.
I’m thinking a wax or something might work to temporarily seal the bottom? It could be melted away easily I think, but I’m more worried about unnecessarily wasting expensive resin.
After seeing the video and how they were able to ‘clarify’ the resin with a torch, does that mean that after it’s hardened I could sand it if needed (like rough edges) then flash it with a torch to melt out the sanding marks?
If so, that opens up a lot of textural possibilities with a Dremel tool.