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Old 24th Jan 2012, 01:05   #208
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Originally Posted by Angel OD View Post
I suspect you are talking about the bottom of the acrylic res?
That done in a straight line. I taped the sandpaper to a table and sanded forward and back a million times!
Thanks - however, this doesn't help me much (not that you knew I was asking for help or anything...). I am looking for a way to create a very smooth finish on acrylics. Something that looks like it was sandblasted - only without the part that actually involves sandblasting, hehe... you think it could be done using sandpaper? Perhaps wetsanding with a very fine grain, say 800 or maybe even 1200?
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