Why bother? Start with a good quality plywood instead. Adding resin and then
veneering seems like an expensive way to go, as well as time consuming.
If God had wanted me to touch my toes he would have put them higher on my body.
The resin only adds hardness and surface durability - not strength. You
would need to use the fiberglass cloth + resin to add strength. And as
Charlie said - why bother? Hard to be the strength of a good grade of
plywood. It's strength comes from it being made in plies with the grain of
each layer 90 deg from the adjacent layer. A sheet of plywood is also
flexible - adding to its strength, making it difficult to snap in two. That
flexibility needs to be braced in order to make whatever it is you're making
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