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    Just wondering does anyone use a vibrating table to get rid of bubbles


     
     
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    Personally I use pressure pot but vibration can be useful.
    That being said it depends on the resin being used and the pot life. More important than vibration is how warm you have the resin prior to mixing. The warmer it is the more liquid it will be and as such the bubbles will rise quicker through it.

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    I stand the resin on my Sroll saw table for a couple of minutes, before then I always stand the mix in a pot of warm water while mixing in the catalyst.
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    Use the vibrating cleaners Aldi sell from time to time Ultrasonic Cleaners for Jewelry etc work fine.

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    Years ago I was asked it I wanted a Ultrasonic Cleaner, the tray was about 2" X 1".
    Didnt know any thing about casting then.

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     

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