After many attempts and some unsuccessful results, this is the way I do my Homemade Micarta. I'm not saying that this is the best way, but for me it works very well. I cut a few strips of “Kapa fix.” For those who do not know, architects often use this for architecture models. One side is provided with an adhesive film. You can easily cut this with a knife or a cutter. Then I glue the strips to a wooden board. (As well you might use thin strips of wood) It creates a rectangular shape like a small pool. As you can see on the picture, the mold is a bit wider on each side as the material I want to laminate. I chose about one or two cm. Now I take aluminum foil and press it gently into the mold. It is very important that the foil is nowhere torn and that there are no wrinkles in the middle. The next step is the most important one. As you can see on the picture I have prepared everything well. For the laminating I use Polyester Resin, it is way cheaper then Epoxy Resin and it does its job too. You see some foil on the table, some old Clamps, a container where I mix the Resin, the material I want to laminate (three different colored textile), disposable gloves (I always wear two superimposed, you can quickly pull out one pair of and still has some new ones under it.) a second wood panel wrapped with aluminum foil (Also, pay attention that it has no wrinkles) For this kind of lamination I use about 300 Gramm of resin and only a few drops of Hardener. For 300 grams Resin is recommended 7.6 gram hardener. But this is way too much. Then the mixture is hard in about 5 minutes. You can’t work that fast. I cannot say exactly how much hardener I use, but maybe there are 1 or 1.5 gram hardener. I have not taken photos about what comes next, that's a ****ing work. I put cloth for cloth in the mixture, and then I press each of the cloths in my hand like a handkerchief, what you want to throw away. Every part of the cloth must be covered with the Mixture. You could easily see this, it looks like a small wet towel. Then I put each layer in my mold. This work has to be done very carefully, no wrinkles. It took me about 10 minutes. Now the stack is about 15 - 20 mm high. Gently I put the second board with the aluminum foil on it and use my clamps. In some YouTube videos I have seen people put a lot of force on the clamps. This is wrong. Sure you need a little pressure, but if you press too hard, it just pushes the whole Resin from the cloth. I start slowly on the side and then a last clamp in the middle. Now, the big advantage comes from the Mold. With this Method it is not so easy to press the package oblique since the edge of the mold is about 5 mm high. Also it prevents all the resin from pouring out. When everything is hand-tightened you have to wait a day. As can be seen in the pictures, you can easy remove the aluminum foil from the package. This method gives me a very good uniform result. The differences from side to side are only 0.05 mm. I have built myself different size of Molds for different sized Micarta plates 15 x 20 cm to 18 x 24 cm. What was built from the Micarta in the pictures, I will introduce here very soon. I hope it was helpful for you, and it saves you a few failures.