Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin
Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin

Art Resin Coating Epoxy Resin

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ArtResin is the most popular brand of clear epoxy resin used by resin artists worldwide. 

ArtResin is ASTM certified (D-4236) non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-flammable, as there are no VOCs / fumes produced. ArtResin has only a low odour and is applicator friendly. However, as it still contains a small amount of Bisphenol A, it is recommended that you work in a well ventilated area. If ventilation is poor, please wear a respirator. Some students have remarked that using ArtResin without a respirator would result in headaches. If you are extremely sensitive to resins, and prefer not to use a respirator, we recommend using totalCAST resin instead which is completely free from Bisphenol A.

With its superior anti-yellowing properties, ArtResin is ideal for clear coating of artworks. It can also be mixed with resin pigments for resin pours. This resin can be readily pigmented by the addition of any resin pigments sold in our online store. Adding a drop of resi-BLAST will aid in creating cells and lacing effects. 

As it dries soft, it may not be suitable for castings of small or thin items as such jewellery pendants (will bend a lot when cured). Hence, we recommend using ArtResin only for artwork coating and resin pours.

 

Key Advantages:

  • 1:1 mix ratio
  • Non-toxic and VOC-free
  • Solvent-free
  • Strong yellowing resistance - Contains UV stabiliser and HALS 
  • Fully cured resin (please wait for 72 hours for a full cure) is safe for incidental and direct contact with food (e.g. serving), but not suitable for food preparation (e.g. cooking, cutting).

    The ASTM D-4236 certification affords us an FDA-exemption for incidental and direct contact with food. 

 

Specifications:

 

Difference between totalCAST, UltraCAST and ArtResin:

As compared to totalCAST and UltraCAST, ArtResin cures the softest, so we do not recommend using this for casting of small or thin objects.

ArtResin is less viscous (thinner) than totalCAST and more viscous (thicker) than UltraCAST. If you find UltraCAST too fluid and totalCAST too thick, this might be the right resin for you.

ArtResin has a longer working time than totalCAST, but a shorter working time than UltraCAST. If you find totalCAST cures too fast for you, we usually recommend using UltraCAST. However, if you find UltraCAST cures too slow, (which may cause colours to overlap and flow more as it takes longer to dry), this might be the right resin for you.

Similar to totalCAST, ArtResin is not resistant to high temperatures. UltraCAST would be the most suitable for making items required for the placement of very hot objects on its surface.

For more information on the differences between the resins, please visit our FAQ page (scroll down to the resin section).

 

 

Helpful tips and tutorials:

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Technical Data Sheet

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ARTRESIN TDS

 

Safety and Disclaimer:

This resin is not intended for use by children. Resin Play will not be liable for any damages or allergy reactions caused from using this product. Users are advised to follow product usage instructions and wear personal protective equipment.