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Old 01-28-2015, 08:39 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Alumilite Clear is still the best one for clear casting. It is the same formula as before. Alumilite Water Clear has changed from the info above. It has a longer open time now but it much softer with a Shore D of 70-72. It still does not polish as well as Clear.
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I am new to this and look for information.
Are you familiar with Solid Cast 606. As I understand it it is an epoxy resin but you do not need a vacuum or pressure even to pour a column for a pepper grinder.
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Ok, do you have the formula for transparent aluminum?
No but there is a professor at the University of Edenborough that would gladly trade it for a few sheets of thick Plexiglas.
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Ok, do you have the formula for transparent aluminum?
No but there is a professor at the University of Edenborough that would gladly trade it for a few sheets of thick Plexiglas.
How doyeh know he wa'nt the one what invented this stuff, eh, captain?
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What about Alumilite Clear slow?
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