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Old 07-27-2011, 09:01 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Hi Feron & Manny.. The Ultra Variety Packs will be coming by the middle of next month. Stay tuned :)
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Just placed an order for a bunch of your Products. I will post the results after I cast and create some pens. Looks like it could make some cool pens


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Dan, thank you for your order! I just filled the parcel and it will be shipped tomorrow!
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Hi everyone,
My name is Wolf & I'm new to the board. My website is called www.SolarColorDust.com where I offer Color Changing paint pigments for clear resin.
The second of the two is called Thermal-Dust, where it turns from color to clear when it is put in warm conditions of 86F or warmer; which I carry 15 different cool colors that change colors. Even the heat from your hand will change the pigment colors.
Won't the heat of the resin keep it from changing back to it's color?
The resin only heats up as a chemical reaction when mixed. It cools down when they bond and becomes plastic.
Hi Mike,
Manny is correct. The chemical reaction will give off heat causing the pigment to change but will regain its color as the resin cools down and can change over and over.
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Get to work on that video, I make thousands of blanks and would like to see what you offer in action rather than just play with it to see, because resin is expensive.
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It is a different idea, looks very interesting. I can see it now " what color pen did you lose" "Im not sure either red or yellow depends where its at".
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Hi Jeff,
My new video is uploaded on my site home page where I give several demonstrations: www.SolarColorDust.com. Also please check out my Projects page where I have several other neat demonstrations.
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That was great, thank you. Your almost ready for HSN! But really, those video's are well done and inspirational. Definitely have my mind thinking thanks to some of your demonstrations as to how this can relate to my personal specialty items. I like how you present yourself and your business on the web. I'm not in right this second, but I definitely know you'll be seeing me in the very near future!
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Certainly got my interest. Order placed
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That was great, thank you. Your almost ready for HSN! But really, those video's are well done and inspirational. Definitely have my mind thinking thanks to some of your demonstrations as to how this can relate to my personal specialty items. I like how you present yourself and your business on the web. I'm not in right this second, but I definitely know you'll be seeing me in the very near future!
LOL... Thanks Jeff! I appreciate the complements!
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Thank you for your order Neil! Your parcel went out this morning. Please let me know how you like them. If you share your project results I'd be happy to put them on our Projects page!
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