Epoxy Support Cover Carbon
- Low density
- Easy to mix / knead
- Adheres well to many types of materials, as well as on its own, does not adhere to silicone.
- After curing to work well (sawing, grinding, milling, drilling, etc ..)
- Possible to process with weapons (anti-torsion).
- A thickness of 3 mm. is strong enough, even for larger models.
- Low density.
After curing very strong and light. Epoxy support cap is a two component epoxy system, filled with carbon fiber. The A-component of this epoxy consists of a fiber-rich kneading mass and the B-component is a blue colored, liquid. After curing, it will become very strong and light. The Epoxy is perfect to use (thickness +/-3 mm.), for the making of support caps but is also used for the creation of a model or shape.
Mixing ratio (weight)
[Putty (A): Liquid (B)]
De-mould [email protected] 20°C
Light blue / gray
Take the desired amount of Putty and add the correct ratio of liquid (20% in weight). Knead the two components together well until a uniform color and a homogeneous mass without lumps is obtained. Roll this mass from, for example, with a rolling pin until it reaches the desired thickness. Apply the putty to your model / mold or knead your design. Please keep in mind the processing time and do not work with more material than you can handle in one go.
Caution: Epoxy is adhesive to fresh silicone. Use a release agent, or plastic film!
Direct contact with epoxy should always be avoided. See safety data sheet!
The kneading epoxy is best saved in closed container in a dry place between 6-28°C. Shelf life is at least 1 year if properly sealed.
Both the A and B component may cause skin sensitization. Only use this product with appropriate protective gloves, goggles and with adequate ventilation. Also read the MSDS for specific information.
Skin contact: Immediately wash with soap and water. Consult a physician if marks or irritations remain
If swallowed drink plenty of water, do not induce vomiting. Consult doctor!
Eye contact: Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor!
Tutorial two-part mold with support cap deer