Hi-Build Artwork Resin
- Especially for Geodes + Blob Art
- High viscosity epoxy
- 1:1 mixing ratio
Hi-Build Artwork Resin is a two-component epoxy resin with high viscosity. The highly viscous epoxy is one of the thickest and most controllable resins on the market, making it very suitable for Blob Art and geode making.
The Hi-Build Artwork Resin is non-hazardous, non-toxic and has high UV resistance. The resin is recommended for applications where the user wants it to stay in place, not collapse and not slide. This resin stays where you dropped it!
- Perfect for Blob Art, geodes and 3D-collages
- Does not sag
- Easy to use (1:1 mix ratio)
- Solvent-free and odoorless
Processing Hi-Build Artwork Resin
Weigh both components well (this resin has a simple mixing ratio based on volume) and mix the components firmly for 3-4 minutes. The Hi-Build Resin comes standard as off-white and is therefore not transparent. You will therefore need to pigment this epoxy with Resi-Tint MAX, Resi-Tint, Resi-Metal or similar Resin Art pigments. After mixing and colouring the high-viscosity epoxy, you can easily apply the epoxy to the substrate. You can apply the epoxy by dripping, dropping or dripping it off the mixing spatula. You can easily remove air bubbles by brushing over the surface with a gas burner. Hold the gas burner no closer than 30 cm from the surface otherwise you may damage the resin.
Mixing ratio (volume): 1:1
Mixing ratio (weight): 100:90
Processing time: 15-20 minutes (at 23°C)
Dust dry: after 2-3 hours
Fully cured: 4-5 days
Consumption: 1 litre of the mixed product covers approx. 1.43 m2 (0,5 mm thick)
Shelf life: 1 year in the original, unopened packaging
Suitable surfaces: wood, canvas, MDF and glass
Packaging: 400 gr, 2 kg, 4 kg
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