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Honestly, it's no different than fiberglass, Kevlar, basalt and most hybrids. All layers should be fully and evenly saturated in resin. Bubbles need to be squeezed out etc. If you plan on just doing laminate pieces, prepare to spend some good time sanding, polishing, and adding more resin before you get any good looking pieces. It's certainly not a quick process when you're not vacuum bagging. Try some small stuff first, then you'll get an idea what you can do to improve when you try larger stuff. A good example would be to cover the back of a broken cell phone or something, get some layers going and build up the resin/epoxy and start sanding polishing until you like the result. Waiting for the piece to cure is the pain in the ass part by the way...
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