I had high hopes for this one
Mainly because Yellow Resin is just not available for DW6900's
But even after 20 minutes I knew this was going to be a problem
The Yellow initially was going in the proper direction.
But as the color got closer to the proper shade any edges were darkening too fast.
Not much could be done to fix that. I did consider perhaps a longer bath with a new batch
of Yellow might help but it didn't & I kind of knew things could never catch up unless one had a way
to stop the edges from darkening further.
Ah well This is how we learn & it is not a total loss as I guess I will soon have an additional Matte Black set
In hindsight I am surprised my Mint colored one came out so evenly colored & did not also have dark edges
As both are very light shades of color.
Here are a couple garish shots.....
Funny though in some ways it has an aged resin look to it.
My 18 year old DW-6900H-9 thrasher is also starting to change shades in edge areas especially the bezel
Which was another reason I really wanted to be able to get a Yellow Dye going.