Acrylic Resin / Gypsum
Acrylic resin and plaster for casting objects or, for example, for making a mold or support cap.
Acrylic resin is one of the most safe and easy to process resins.
Acrylic resin consists of a powder and a liquid that cure at room temperature. The material can be cast in (silicone) molds, but can also be splashed on walls or objects.
With this product you can easily create decorative walls, ornaments, artworks, sculptures and much more.
This product is very suitable for set construction. Because of the small details that it can take over you can make it look like wood or stone or other materials.
Due to the very low heat development when cured, you can cast this material in any size you prefer.
Acrylic resin combined with fiberglass and / or fiberglass fabric gives very strong results. This way you can laminate objects or make strong support caps. Of course you can also make hollow images this way.
An acrylic resin set consists of an A component (liquid) and a B component (powder) and is mixed in the ratio A: B = 1: 2 (by weight).
Acrylic resin and porcelain plaster look about the same after casting. The plaster is slightly whiter
However, acrylic resin is stronger, easier to work with and will bond well on its own (after some roughening) if you need to repair it.
Both acrylic resin and plaster should be sealed if placed outdoors or come in contact with water/ moisture.
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|Acrylic resin thixo|
This makes the liquid acrylic resin thicker as mayonnaise so that you can easily spread / spread it
|Acrylic resin color paste|
This gives you beautiful colors in the acrylic resin during mixing, so that the product is thoroughly colored.
|Acrylic resin Sealer Mat|
When the product comes into contact with water or is left outside, it is necessary to apply a sealer. This sealer gives a matte effect and the application of multiple layers gives more and more shine.
|Acrylic resin Sealer Satin|
When the product comes into contact with water or is left outside, it is necessary to apply a sealer. This sealer gives a satin finish. The gloss effect becomes stronger with multiple layers.
|Fiberglass cloth 190 grams / m2|
A strong yet light cloth made of woven fiberglass. You can cast it in acrylic resin or drape it over an object and then spat acrylic resin over it. The result is a very strong acrylic layer.
|Triaxial fiberglass fabric|
A loosely woven fiberglass fabric, which makes it easier to drape, but a little less strong than an ordinary fiberglass fabric
|Cut down fiber optic|
You can mix this in the acrylic resin (in the backing layers) to get a stronger end result. A combination of a layer of acrylic resin with glass fibers between two layers of acrylic resin with glass fiber cloth gives a very strong sandwich plate.
|C-veil glass fabric 30 grams / m2||This is not actually a fabric but a very thin mat of long stuck glass fibers. The result is a very fine cloth that can be draped perfectly and thus takes over the shape of a model. This reinforcement can therefore be processed in the contact layer|
|Acrylic resin accelerator|
This allows you to shorten the acrylic resin working time and demineralization time
|Acrylic resin retarder|
This allows you to extend the acrylic resin working time if you make larger projects, or want to blend in many materials.
|Gilding wax and primer|
This allows you to give your acrylic resin that is naturally off-white a beautiful color effect. For example, Bronze, Gold, Silver or one of the other beautiful colors