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Old 12-16-2011, 11:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to p-tex sintered base?

So i got a huge gash in my board today and can kind of see the wood. I also heard that p texing a sintered base is much different from an extruded base? Does anyone know how to do this?
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So i got a huge gash in my board today and can kind of see the wood. I also heard that p texing a sintered base is much different from an extruded base? Does anyone know how to do this?
So technically you are suppose to use a ptex ribbon (made from sintered ptex) to repair a sintered base instead of a ptex candle (made from extruded ptex, which is softer) because when fill in a gouge on a sintered with a ptex candle... it is more likely to wear down and pop out.

I still just use a PTEX candle on sintered bases.

For more info read this - Gouge Repair
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