If you have these concerns, you are in the right place. This is perfect for large size projects e. For use with river table or dorming table top, any crafts. Size wood projects and more with super crystal clear transparency.Excellent uv resistance, mix 3:1 by volume ratio. Designed for deep moulds and castings, to embed or encase almost any object in crystal clear plastic.
Ideal for high glass casting on home crafts, jewellery making and furniture. Part a resin 3 kg. Part b hardner 1 kg. Easy cast crafting epoxy resin. Crystal clear & high gloss finish.
Wood panels as painting ground or silicone moulds. Resin liquid (epoxy resin + hardener). Resin mixing cups and stir sticks.
Level work table (to make an even flat surface). Mix ratio: a:b 3:1 by volume, mix accurately. Mix for 3-5 minutes straight and be sure to scrap the sides of your container regularly during mixing. Pour a layer of resin, then place your items in the mould and pour another layer over the fillers if you need to. If you want a glittery background, pour glitter on top once you've filled your moulds.Use a warm setting on your hair dryer to gently get rid of bubbles; larger projects (furniture) use an embossing gun (heat gun). Be sure to cover with a shoebox or something so no dust gets into the moulds.
It is always recommended you do a small test before large application to better understand applications. This deep pour epoxy resin is a two part clear epoxy resin system, 3:1,100% solids , advanced air release, compatible with many pigments, enhanced colour stability, excellent u. Resistance, extended working time, high gloss finish, no vocs, non- flammable, pour up to 2 thick, self-leveling, water resistant, water-clear cure.It is formulated for use with casting large objects or river tables. If you are looking for a casting epoxy that is capable of being poured up to 2"-4" thick, cures water-clear, has excellent u. Resistance, a long working time, and is easy to work with, this product is for you. Recommended ambient temperature during pouring and curing is 70-80 f.
Deep pour epoxy resin is a slow curing casting resin with advanced air release. Curing time is completely dependent on the thickness of the pour. This product is mass dependent, meaning the more you mix, the quicker, it cures, and the less working time you will have. Deep pour 2- 4 inches plus.Not only can you pour our ald-2103 deep pour epoxy thicker at 2-4 inches and higher, but it is harder, to protect it from damage, more heat resistant to prevent warping, and more stable, to provide a strong structure with no flexing. The highest super wet with gloss finish with unparalleled depth and clarity that is formulated to use casting applications. All epoxies will turn yellow overtime. What makes our super clear epoxy resin crystal clear kit different is our specific high-grade additive formulation. Ours will yellow less and remain ultra-crystal-clear over a longer period of time than any of our competitors. Perfectly suited for accepting and dispersing mica powder pigments, liquid pigments paste and alcohol inks and dyes. It is the ideal epoxy for evenly distributing colour and suspending inks and powders. Paint, acrylic paint and oil based paint are not recommended to use with epoxy, and can have negative results. With tables, table tops and countertops you need durability. That's why we crafted an epoxy formulation with an 85+ shore d strength rating when fully cured. Q : what's the best way to mix this. A : you'll want to make sure that you have 2 parts base resin and 1 part curing agent measured precisely.
Pour each into your mixing bucket, and we recommend mixing by hand for at least 3 minutes and between 3-5 minutes or until it is fully mixed. Be careful to scrape the sides while. Mixing, but when pouring, do not scrape the sides. Unmixed material that may cling to the side and has not been. Don't worry about any bubbles in the mixture, they will all.
Q : how long does it take to cure, and what temperatures can i pour this in. A : our optimum environment temperature range is 72 - 84f in a clean, temperature controlled environment.
In that temperature range, it will begin to gel in 8-14 hours, and cure rock hard between 48 and 72 hours. Temperatures under 70 will slow the curing process even more, and the.
Closer you get to 60 the curing process will stop. Above 85, it will begin to accelerate curing, leading to cracking, shrinking and other negative results. Q : when can i demould. A : our optimum environment temperature range is 72 - 84f in a clean temperature controlled environment. In that temperature range, you can demould between 36 and 48 hours, and its optimal workability will be at 72 hours.
At 72 hours it will sand and plane as easy as wood. Q : can i pour liquid glass over a stain. A : absolutely, but there are some things to consider. First, you want to let the stain completely dry. Give it a couple of days to penetrate and dry.Once it is dry, lightly sand the surface, then clean off any dirt and excess stain left on the surface with 99% isopropyl alcohol. Make sure the surface is extremely clean. If any undried stain is left, no matter how little, the epoxy will either not cure and/or adhere to your wood.
Q : can i use this on furniture meant for the outdoors. A : while our epoxy yellow less over a longer period of time vs all other epoxies, in direct outdoor sunlight, any epoxy will yellow much faster.
It is left to the discretion of the user, but it should be fine in highly shaded areas that are kept from direct sunlight. Q : how much mica or pigment can i use. A : we suggest only using epoxy resin colour pigments (pigments paste), mica pigment powder, alcohol inks and dyes. With that said, 12% is the limit of colour that can be added before the curing process is affected.
Remember, the higher percent of colour you add, the less chance of a perfect cure. If you go too high, your project will not cure.
Our limit for ald-2103is 12%, which is more than enough to create an opaque finish, but also allows for a smaller percent to achieve a translucent finish. Our goal is to make you happy with the items we have. We strive to deliver a high quality service to you.
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Diamond clouds art and craft. We are intaek and ana, a husband and wife small business. We started off with uv resin and related items due to the lack of options available, especially within australia. Ana started doing resin crafts 2 years ago and saw how much this area had grown since then.
We hope to expand and add different types of art and craft supplies to our store and provide our customers with the best service possible. Thank you so much for your interest.