- Extra-fine bead size – Adapts to the model better for an accurate, comfortable fit
- Cross-linking monomer – Gives the acrylic strength and durability
- Low flow properties – Allows better control and will not slump – with minimal shrinking
- Superior clarity – Creates an aesthetically pleasing appliance
$108.60 – $166.95
Acrylic Resin is a product that is used all over the world in commercial settings, as well as by hobbyists. The liquid is poured into sculpted molds to make a myriad of products, including things we use every day like plastic silverware and paper weights. The process is used to create hobby kits, lamp bases, and even shells for cars as well.
Using acrylic resin on a basic hobbyist level is easy to do and does not need injection molding or air compression to work. The article that follows will take you through the process of working with acrylic resin to make costume jewelry. The principles you learn here can be transferred to anything you may want to cast.