Lightweight kneadable Epoxy
- Suitable for large and small models
- Very lightweight
- Easy to edit after hardening
- Can be used as filler
- Adheres permanently to many materials
Very lightweight and strong kneadable epoxy that is widely used for making models or maquettes.
The lightweight malleable epoxy is a very light and strong kneadable epoxy that is widely used for making models or maquettes. The epoxy paste has a low density and is filled with a filler which makes it easy to work with. This kneading epoxy adheres well to many kinds of surfaces through which the epoxy, alongside models and large models, also is well used as a sealing compound, glue or fixer emulsion.
Mixing ratio (weight)
Geltime(15 ml, 5mm, 25ºC)
Fully hardened @ 25ºC
Postcuring @ 60ºC (optionel)
Density @ 25ºC
Maximum adviced thickness
Wear suitable gloves when using "lightweight kneadable epoxy". Take equal parts of A and B (both have a pasty consistency) and mix them by hand or machine for 2 minutes to create a homogeneous mass. The paste can may be colored with a small amount of pigment. The kneaded epoxy can now be applied (or processed) for 20 minutes.
Note: The surface must be grease-free before bonding or filling of materials.
Post-curing of the material (slow baking at 60ºC for a few hours) is recommended to guarantee the stability and best properties of the product. Allow the heated product to cool slowly to prevent cracking.
This product is best stored in sealed packaging in a dry place between 6-28°C. The individual components are moisture sensitive. If properly closed, it can be kept for at least 2 years.
Both the A and B components can cause skin hypersensitivity. Only use this product with proper protection: protective gloves, glasses and with adequate ventilation. Also read the safety data sheet for specific information.
Skin contact: wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. Consult doctor if irritation persists.
If swallowed, drink plenty of water, DO NOT vomit. Consult a doctor!
Eye contact: Rinse for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician if irritation persists!