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  1. Made a table lamp using string lights embedded in epoxy resin connected two pieces of cedar. I allowed the string lights to get to close to the edge when I poured the epoxy resin. Thus when I sanded the sides, some of the wires were broken. For example there are bare wires protruding. This is a very involved project that I want to salvage. Could I solder the exposed wires on the outside of the epoxy and regain the continuity? Another option is to try to remove the epoxy around the wires, but I do not think that would be possible because I bent the wiring into each crevice. It resembles a spiderweb in disarray. Any suggestions other then throw it away and start anew?
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