1. What is “Resin”?
“Resin” is a natural substance, or as well-known “rubber.” Once the resin gets heat from the sun, it will transform into various solid shapes, such as amber gemstones.
However, “resin” these days is not just coming from nature only, but there are also synthetic versions for enhanced performance and extra features to be suitable for specific applications in various industries, such as Epoxy Resin, which has been developed from a general type of resin one step further, making it outstanding and strong, clear like glass, odorless, and can be adhered to more materials compared to other types of resin.
2. How can resin be hardened?
Naturally, resin changes from liquid to solid when heated. For synthetic resins, as they are chemical, there must be a “hardening solution” to allow the resin to be transformed. A single resin alone can not be self-hardening. Generally, there are more than 100 types of resin, and they are further subdivided into different categories, such as floor coating. casting jewelry, etc. Therefore, the ratio between resin and hardener depends on the chemical formula of each resin, for example, 1 : 16, 2 : 3, 3 : 4, 1 : 1, 2 : 1, 3 : 1, etc.
3. Benefits of “Resin”
Epoxy resin, for example, has a distinct point of clearness and strength from carbon resin. However, carbon resins are cheaper and dry faster than epoxy resins.
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