Excellent video @PhillipLunsford - thank you for sharing!
I wanted to share my recent two projects I have done combining Easel Pro and V-carve epoxy inlay + sharing my thoughts on how to minimise bubbles.
I use aircraft grade, slow cure (24h) epoxy with just a shot or two with spray can paint to add tint.
The slow cure epoxy is thinner and flow more easily into the pockets. Because it is thinner and cure over a much longer period of time the trapped air is more likely to escape/rise to the top. Also since it flows better there is less air trapped during mixing. I also used a lighter to “flame” the bubbles that did form on top. I mix my epoxy in a paper cup and simply pour is over the carved areas slowly.
The excess epoxy is wet sanded off after 24-48hrs to ensure it is fully cured.
My two samples are not without air bubbles but they are really really few and almost not detectable by the eye.