ResinWorks EasyCastHD castable resin

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Re: ResinWorks EasyCastHD castable resin

Postby mongerdesigns » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:55 am

Jesse, have you tried bumping up your exposure a bit?
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Re: ResinWorks EasyCastHD castable resin

Postby Jubiler » Fri Aug 16, 2019 3:22 pm

I'm getting some problems with this reisins also.
Big pieces uncured reisins in tank.
One good think does not smell this reisins.
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Re: ResinWorks EasyCastHD castable resin

Postby fyoung23 » Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:30 pm

hasd81 wrote:Good day everyone,

First i would like to say I'm loving this new resin it prints super easily with little to no failures. I am however getting a bit of troubles with the casting of the resin. I use a local casting house and they are vey god but think I'm the first to use this resin. Can any one tell me if they have seen this before? If so what solution did you come up with?

Many thanks

Steve O


The problem with this casting is the preparation of the plaster, it is very watery or very hot when pouring the metal into the tube.

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