Sharkthane 2lb Urethane Pour Foam Instructions
Sharkthane 2 lb. urethane pour foam is a two-part liquid that is great for flotation and insulation as well as filling voids and gaps. It is often used under boat decks. It creates a closed cell structure that resists water absorption.
Needed supplies and tools:
- Stir sticks or drill head (preferred)
Archangel Art Studio has been putting together some great videos of the art they are creating with Proglas 1000 epoxy resin.
Check out some of their videos and subscribe to their YouTube channel Archangel Art Studio.
We are impressed with their beautiful art pieces including the coasters.
You can purchase Proglas 1000 in gallon and two gallon kits here-
Our Proglas 1000 epoxy resin is not only great for river tables and table/counter tops but it is also great for use with artwork. Check out the amazing pieces below that one of our customer's, Kara, sent us.
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The first step when looking at fiberglass projects is to decide what is important. Are you concerned about weight? Is strength the most important? Do you need it to be abrasion, corrosion or UV resistant? Do you want to build up thickness quickly? Answering questions like these first will help you choose the best reinforcement and resins for your project.
To make a durable composite laminate you need to have both a reinforcement and a resin. Reinforcements include fiberglass cloth, fiberglass mat, carbon fiber and aramid. Resin holds the reinforcement together and helps it conform to the wanted shape. The most popular resins are polyester, vinyl ester and epoxy.
There are an endless amount of things that can be created using fiberglass and resin. Bruce with GEM buildings created a telescope dome observatory using our 10 ounce fiberglass cloth and ISO (isophthalic) Polyester resin. It is an impressive structure!
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