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Document Category: Resins

Best Practices When Using Resins Indoors

Nearly every resin used in composites gives off some sort of smell / odor when mixed and as it is […]

What Temperature Rated (Tg) Resin Do I Really Need For My Job?

Glass-Liquid Transition, Glass Transition or simply “Tg” is a transition of a given polymer from a solid state to a […]

Resin to Fiber Ratio Explained

When it comes to figuring out how much resin is needed for a given project, planning is key. Investigating how […]

Resin Additives

Resins are a unique tool for the composite industry in how they bring other materials together, the glue of composites. […]

Yellowing Or Clouding Of Epoxy & How To Protect Against It

Epoxies are known for being some of the strongest and most durable resins on the market today. However, one of […]

Shelf Life & Storage of Composite Materials

“Shelf” or “Storage” life are both important characteristics in nearly all composite fabrication products. It is a given material or […]

Resin Selection

From the many choices of different resins, the main categories for high performance composites are Epoxy, Polyester, and Vinylester. These […]

Preventing & Resolving Epoxy Resin Crystallization

Crystallization of epoxy resin formulations is not uncommon and in some cases is a reflection of the high-performance nature of […]

Removing Bubbles in Resin

Why Remove Bubbles From Your Resin? Removing bubbles ensures optimal adhesive performance by providing a good continuous bond and improves […]

Amine Blush

What is amine blush? Amine blush is a waxy bi-product that appears as epoxy cures. It can prevent varnishes and […]

Best Practices For Mixing Epoxy Resins and Hardeners

Before You Start Mixing Working with epoxy can be highlyrewarding, as well as safe. Serious health problems associated with epoxy […]

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