I have tried many similar tree tumors to improve the stability of wood. There have been successful and failed. Because thermosetting acrylate is an oily resin, if the internal pores of your wood are very small, it is not conducive to the resin absorption. If the wood itself contains a lot of vegetable oil, it is not suitable. If your wood contains a lot of moisture inside it will also affect the wood's absorption of resin. (Recommended moisture is less than 1%)
Maple, birch, buckeyes, I think it is very suitable for stability enhancement, of course, you can also try other woods.