Guys, I read below the issues your having with epoxy wet out. The problem is that your still thinking polyester technique. Epoxy doesn't need to be pushed into the fabric. If you do this it will get frothy. The first thing to do after mixing is to pour all the resin on the board and spread it around so the entire surface is covered. Then wet your laps by pulling resin off the flats onto the lap. This gives the resin time to soak into the flats. Also, use a stiff sqeegee that moves the resin more effectivly. I use one of those plastic spreaders, the yellow ones. After you wet and tuck the laps, the resin should have sufficietly soaked into the flats with no elbow grease. Now simply remove the excess while flattening the fabric and clean your laps. It's that simple. Also by pouring all the resin out immediatly you reduce exotherm and lengthen work time. Using the above technique I laminated a 12 foot board with a 3 layer 6 oz deck the other day with our new fast hardener in 85º with time to spare.