Dalchem

by Bjack
(NSW, Australia)

I think epoxy is fine but I'm not an expert.

You may ask and check out Dalchem.

I usually get my supplies from them http://dalchem.com.au/product/casting-materials-and-supplies/epoxy-resin.html

They provide expert advice on the correct material selection, and guidance on how to set up and use the products.

It’s not surprising that some of the world’s leading manufacturers rely on Dalchem as a supply partner.

Whether you are a passionate hobbyist, or a global household name; Dalchem are able to help you!



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