Simple resin casting techniques.
The variation in these chemicals is endless… but you can get very hard and high wear resistant plastic suitable for gear prototypes.. carbon impregnated polyeurethanes
EZ Flo cures to a tough, impact resistant resin. We have another video where we do just that: make resin gear from a silicone mold. I believe it is “mold making: basic block silicone mold”.
hi can you make gears (rc toy parts) from this. does it dry as a hard substance or easy breakable. Thankyou
Just a few minutes. It polishes easily.
How long did the steel wool polishing take?
Your video was very helpful and inspiring. thanks for posting.
i dont suppose you have done a video on making a sphere mold and casting resin? i could really do with some help
Amazing stuff!!! Really amazing *_*
damn that’s one hot body! great vids!
Go to the link at the end of the video. All the supplies are on our webstore.
would you be able to make lego helmets using this? and where do you buy it?
All the Cast-n-craft resin should be dumped into a pit and burned. There is a good reason we sell the resins that we do.
how about a rainy humid day?
put off doing the casting/
how bad does CAST N CRAFT resin smell?do you have to work outdoors?
thanks, brick, that’s much appreciated info. my wife’s a trophy maker, trying to figure out the best way to take a real rose and encase it in a clear resin trophy ‘column.’ i think if i can impress her with that she’ll let me pursue other mold-making delusions i have.
The part A is just equal to the part B -pigment. The pigment is such a small ammount it rarely needs to be accounted for.
Not sure about polyester resin doing that. Never seen that. This is Polyurethane resin that is formulated for mass casting.
Not sure where you would get it over there
i almost forgot: when you add an equal part A to the mix, is that equal to part B *plus* the pigment, or just part B by itself? not sure if it matters, but if it does, that part wasn’t clear to me.
i read where polyester resin will not cure/harden on the back of the mold that’s exposed to air, so they sell a spray to harden it. something like that. is that true?
once cured, can you add more resin, have the two parts stick and there not be a separation line/seem? dumb question, i guess, but i just have to ask.
Sir where I can Buy this product?Do you have any dealer here in the Philippines?
follow the link at the beginning or end of the video.
Polyurethane resins should be primed with auto body primer 1st.
is any kind of resin paintable with acrylic paint?
Yes. Resin is just a name for a room temp. cure plastic.
you can vibrate the shit out of it, with a powerful massager, or you can spread the resin with a Qtip everywhere before you pour it all in so it goes everywhere, or the best way is to get a vacum chamber and suck the air out for 10 minutes at very high vacum, or until it stops boiling
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