epoxy resin stickers wholesale DIY Resin Casting Tutorials | Jewelry Projects & Craft Techniques

by:ShunDing     2019-05-19
Resin is a plastic material that is very versatile, and you can use it to color to create shadows that you like, or it can display transparently any embedded object you choose to bury in it.Just be creative!This is the perfect material for crafts as you can make solid plastic molds into any shape you like with a small setup costs.It is especially suitable for making models and jewelry, but it is available for a wide variety of items, including book block, paperweight and other household items©Cole.
Below you will find beginner's lessons and tips on using resin, as well as simple craft tutorials to get you started with this fun hobby.These cool face lights are made by hand.Cut the plastic sheet mold and pour the casting resin into the mold (rolling it to cover the inside at the same time.The resin is a liquid plastic that can be transparent, white or colored with paint.
If you plan to embed small objects, you need transparent resin --Such as plastic toys, printed paper images or rainbow sprinkling-inside.The type of resin used in the following items, as well as the type of resin commonly used in small scale processes, are polyester and epoxy.Both of them require the two liquids to be mixed together in an accurate proportion in order to start hardening of the resin.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mainly pouring/coated resin (such as "envirotex Lite"), designed for thin layers;Fill the shallow baffle or fill the shallow mold to cover the image.However, there are also cast epoxy, such as the "easycast" resin, which can be used for deeper molds.Epoxy is more expensive than polyester, but with much less odor and less toxicity.
-Use when the mold is deeper than 0 or so.5 \ ", with this type of resin, the casting can be poured at one time instead of layered.The most common brand of polyester resin is transparent polyester casting resin, which is good if you embed the object to be displayed in the casting.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\ 'Mix with polyester resin and start the hardening reaction before the resin is poured into the mold.Make sure you add the correct amount of catalyst as per the resin instructions, as the wrong amount can cause problems later.Mix the components in a disposable unwaxed plastic cup using a wooden/sugar stick.
When you are waiting for the resin to harden, cover the open mold with plastic wrap if you want to, to prevent dust and debris from entering the inside.Try to keep your work space clean to make sure your resin is free from contamination.Pouring/coating the resin can be poured directly to the surface to cover it, but most of the time the resin is poured into the mold.
The mold is basically a container that limits the flow of the resin, so the resin is fixed in the shape of the mold I.e.If you pour the resin into a rectangular mold, you will produce a resin rectangle.At the craft store, you can purchase molds made specifically for resin use, or you can choose to make custom molds of any shape you like.
For example, if you want to copy a plastic toy tank with resin, then you can make the mold with the toy tank by building the moldMake the material around it, let it fix it down, then take out the water tank and leave a cavity that will be the container of the resin.If you don't copy the pre-Existing objects, you have to build shapes from scratch using solid materials such as clay or wood.More complex 3D shapes like tanks need 2-Part mold, the mold has two parts, they are perfectly combined before the resin is poured into the interior, and when the resin is hardened, the mold part can be opened again to release the resin shape.
The mold is reusable.
Only 1-Beginners should use part molds so that simple techniques can be practiced before entering a more advanced design.1-When you have a flat side of the shape made of resin (such as jewelry charm) and there is no too complicated shape, the part mold is used.Silicone rubber (a popular choice), re-PVC (Gelflex or vinamode) or polyurethane resin/rubber.
These are all flexible so can accommodate the cutouts on the shape you want to cast.Wood and plaster are solid mold materials that can be usedAlthough it must be sealed with a primer, a mold release agent must be used so that the resin does not stick to it.For Colored resin, opaque and transparent resin pigments can be provided.
Different coloring methods such as oil painting, acrylic paint, fabric dye, tempura powder, pastel, micro-flash, and even eye shadow can be tried, although these may affect the curing (curing) time.All you need to do is actually use trial and error!Use resin: the resin can be drilled and burped.To reduce the risk of chipping, it is better to use a dental burrs bit instead of a bit.
The resin becomes hot when drilling, so it must be cooled regularly.It is best to have the resin fully cured before polishing and polishing the finished resin.A file (e.g.It is usually used to remove any rough areas and sharp edges.
Then use wet sandpaper and dry sandpaper with water, start with coarse sandpaper (p3 20) and finish with fine sandpaper (p101.The resin can then be polished by hand or machine.Manually polish with a liquid metal polish like Brasso, or use a cotton/wool mop on a polishing machine with a dedicated polishing compound.
A hand-You can also use held Dremel.
!Safety Tips !-Make sure you work in a well.Ventilation area, outdoor if practical.There is no heat source near the resin.-Wear disposable gloves and steam masks, especially when handling polyester resin.Goggles/safety glasses are also recommended, especially when sanding/drilling resin.
-Any mold, CUP, plate, etc.
Contact with the resin shall not be used for any other purpose.-If overflow, please put the wax paper or newspaper in your working space and make sure to work on the level.Do not mix the resin quickly, and do not pour it from the height, as this creates bubbles.
-Always follow the instructions on the resin you use and be especially careful when mixing the exact amount of resin with the Catalyst/hardening agent.-For specific safety information, please refer to the instructions on the resin packaging.Non-These tutorials show you the way to add a glossy coating on a flat surface using pouring/coating epoxy, usually artwork, photos, de-coupling, or other paper.
It seals and holds/protects and is not used for castinge.Use) to create shapes.An example of this resin is Envirotex.Get Creative!Gems, jewelry, foil (gold/silver), beads, crystals, pearls, Springs/wires, scraps of paper, dead worms, souvenirs, hardware, printed images, photos, mirror plates, sequined paper/Pilling, embossed, dry leaves, leaves, shells, fossils, objects found, bones, shark teeth, charm, metal shapes, fragments, candy, feathers, computer chips/resistors/boards, fabric lace, coffee beans, glitter, pebbles, buttons, gears, watch parts, polymer clay slices, mosaics, embroidery/cross stitch/stitch, found items, coins, plastic toys, collectibles, stamps, letters, murals, cotton threads, art yarn, rhinestones, metal nails, nails, silk flowers....Just say a few!If you want to embed paper, fabric, or photos, you need to seal them first to protect and save them.
Before adding the resin, apply them to a layer with vinyl glue/sealer to let it dry.Paperweight, jewelry, Sculptures/decorations, chandelier crystals, replicas of most physical objects (E.G.g.Statue/model/toy/doll/candle holder/lollipop/(shark) teeth/fossil/garden Goblin), coasters, kitchen tailgate, decorative brick, counter/table top, Art of picture frame wall, puppet, Christmas decorations, fridge magnet, alphabet letters, pen holder, etc.
Before presenting artwork and photos, you can also apply them in epoxy.Resin casting is also often used to produce collectible and customized toys and numbers as well as ballsA connected doll and scale model of a single component or transport tool (such as a train, plane, and boat
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