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/What is a good brand of cast resin?

Specifically by casting charms, pendants and other jewelry pieces. I'm looking for something that requires a ton of space to use, though I do have a table designed to make arts and crafts projects, is not a very big space.

The best known artisan is Castin Craft Resin, but there are others. Most of the resins of the boats are actually made by the same company (TSI), and that are quite similar. Do not tell me though if you are wanting a "resin" which is a polyester resin * *, or a resin can put charms, etc in the will not be dismantled in a mold which is usually a * * epoxy resin (both come in two parts epoxy resins, but are mixed one to one and are a bit "safer" for the lungs, and other things … are not normally used for the manufacture of a deep layer * * though). You do not need much space to use either polyester or epoxy resins, but ventilation is needed (especially with polyester). Anyone can buy in various sizes, and those who had normally find in a hobby, craft or art store would probably only about 8 ounces (two bottles of the size of epoxy resins). For quantities actually small, you can even use a two-part epoxy glue * * instead of a regular resin in the same way (I heard that Devcon, 30 minutes is the best brand / line of clarity / etc … but it should give about 7 minutes' working time "). If you need more information on brands of resin and the differences between them, how to use, links to videos, etc, check out this page on my site: http://glassattic.com/polymer/other_materials.htm HTH, Diane B.

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