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FAQ #4 Avoid RESIN OVERHEATING When Molding & Casting
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In FAQ #4 we cover a few areas to be aware of when working with various resins for molding and casting projects, including the dangers of not following manufacturer's guidelines, not reading manufacturer's instructions, product information, etc, etc.

Resin can be a hazardous material to work with and when activating resins and catalyzing the chemical process, there are very important things to be aware to avoid dangerous accidents, damage and/or injuries.

We use a variety of resins, including polyester resin, polyurethane resin, laminating and casting resins.

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Polycraft SG2000 Paintable Fast Cast Polyurethane Liquid Plastic Casting Resin - 2kg Kit:

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