Please note the two liquids have different densities hence their volumes are different.
PART A is a cream liquid and PART B is a dark amber liquid that react to form a strong, tough non-greasy plastic beige in colour. Its colour can be changed with the addition of polyurethane pigments .
The liquid mixture has a very low viscosity of 50 mPas enabling it to flow in fine details and deep undercuts whilst also minimizing bubbles.
Once cured it has both a high tensile and flexural strength making it excellent for delicate prototypes, scale models, toys and producing detailed decorative objects etc.
Please view the table below for the technical specifications.
The cure profile of this resin is unsuitable for roto/slush casting.
Viscosity (25°C): 50 mPas
Shore Hardness: 70-75D
Pot Life @ 25°c: 3-4 minutes
Demould Time: 30-40 minutes*
*Depending on quantity of material and thickness of casting
|PROPERTIES||UNITS||LOW ODOUR RESIN
|Pot Life (200g @ 25°C)||Minutes||3-4|
|Demould Time (200g @ 25°C)||Minutes||30-40|
|Elongation at Break||%||7-8|
Added to Part A to achieve the desired colour for the cured plastic. Multiple colours can be mixed to create custom colours.
Lightweight, hollow, spherical, low density, free-flowing, alumino-silicate microspheres which when added at 50% of the weight of the resin will increase the volume of the resin by 100-150% and remain pourable.
Thixotropic additive, when added to the resin at 5% creates a paste that can be brushed or spread into or on to moulds to create hollow casts.
An initial layer of a resin and metal filler mix are applied to the surface of the mould then the mould can be back filled with non metal filled resin. Once cured the cast piece is carefully polished with fine wire wool to bring out the finish of the metal. The higher the ratio of metal filler to resin used the higher the quality of the finish.
A more efficient method if using a silicone mould is to cover the surface of the mould in the powder, turn over and tap. A thin layer will stick to the surface and the excess will fall off which can be collected and used again. Very gently pour in the resin being careful not to disturb the powder. The resin will soak into the powder leaving a very thin dense layer of metal on the surface of the cast that can then be polished.
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