I've got a couple of ideas for some hyrbid bowls I'd like to make. What's a less expensive alternative to our common casting resins we use for pens? I'm thinking making something that people use for river tables that turn well?
It’s not ideal for adhering to wood because it shrinks when it cures and it’s more fragile and brittle compared to alumilite. To me alumilite would be the safe way to go, for turning a large object and for a success rate.I use Royal Palm and sometimes Alumilite, along with PR, for pen casting. I was hoping to find something less expensive for the larger size castings I want to do. It looks like PR by the gallon, especially if I buy it from someplace like US Composites, is the best deal by far.