|Casting Resin With a Pressure Pot|
|Some good basic info here. He shows the HF paint pot – shows where he runs a diverter to a second pot via a male quick-release.
Note: He says you should “never go past 80 psi. The manual states a Maximum Pressure of 80 PSI – Paint Pressure Pot. Some other applicable info there: Air consumption is 4.0 CFM @ 40 PSI – need that to select a compressor. Required Pressure: 30-60 PSI (that’s for a paint gun).
I think that 50 psi maximum pressure would be an excellent idea.
He also covers some other things such as venting the mold. Good info.
|Pressure Casting Tutorial – Part 1|
|EXCELLENT video. He covers a little bit of everything. He makes a point in using a bolt on the inside of the outlet (no second paint pot). He also covers molds including venting.|
|Home Made Plastic|
|Ran up on this video totally by accident.I may try it just for fun .. I mean .. the cost is nothing. A Bioplastic is a form of plastic derived from biomass sources – such as the corn starch in this video (called thermo-plastic starch). I was thinking .. it might be useful for scenic items such as tires. Just a .. hmmmm .. moment.|
|Pressure casting resin with Cindy at resinobsession.com|
|Cidy covers vacuum chamber to de-gas the resin, pressure chamber. Excellent way she sets the chamber up with shelves.|