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Old 03-13-2017, 09:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I would like to start casting my own resin but don't have time to run around and collect the parts and build the MDF tray. Does anyone have an extra one they are willing to sell?

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A tray isn't absolutely necessary if you can't readily find one and don't want to take the time to build one.

I just placed a scrap piece of plywood in the bottom of the tank to provide a flat surface & used an elbow fitting on the inside of the lid so the air doesn't blow directly down onto the resin. I don't do a lot of casting, so I just do one mold at a time and set it directly onto the bottom board. I'll take the time to build a tray if I ever want to do more than one mold at a time.
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I had my local votech laser cut a few 1/4 wood circles and just lay it I the bottom. Not as hard as you would think.




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