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Self Leveling Resin

Discussion in 'Materials' started by rjpjr, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. rjpjr

    rjpjr Member

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    We are wanting to fill inset routed letters with a self leveling resin of some type. We used a form of this years ago but stopped using it because of inconsistent results. Can anybody recommend anything that might fit this description (Self Leveling Resin)?
     
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  2. SignManiac

    SignManiac Major Contributor

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    I use your standard Home Depot table top epoxy. Check the date on it, but it's kind of hard to mess up being a 50/50 mixing ratio. Will you be adding color to it? The correct pigment makes a difference as to it curing properly.

    Here's a link I ran across recently and found very interesting....http://www.westsystem.com/ss/adding-pigments-to-epoxy/
     
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