Acrylic Pouring with a 3D printed X-cross + Trick for solving free epoxy resin spots | JFA

Acrylic Pouring with a 3D printed X-cross + Trick for solving free epoxy resin spots | JFA Стол из эпоксидной смолы



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Today I use a self-designed and 3D-printed X-Cross to create an interesting fresh pouring result! Then I will coat the dried piece with epoxy resin to create a glass-like surface. And I will show you, what you can do, when you have free or empty places without epoxy resin!

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🔴 3d printer: „PRUSA MINI+“ —
🔴BOESNER Acrylic paint:
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🔴 Canvas: Bath Tile 20x20cm — I used this one: — an alternative for people from the USA:
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🔴 red Tape — I used this one: — an alternative for people from the USA:
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🟢 Epoxy Resin: ARTRESIN — I used this one:
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🟢 Torch/ Butane gas burner — I used this one:
🟢 jagged plastic spatula – I used a similar one:
🟢 Heat gun – I used this one: — an alternative for people from the USA:
🟢 something to cover: You can take a cardboard box or plastic box and place it directly over the epoxy-coated canvas so that air doesn’t get through it. This will prevent dust particles from settling on the surface of the canvas while the epoxy resin dries.
I use a shelf for this, which I have equipped with removable foil walls. Here you can see how it looks for me:

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