Fast Cast Resins

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  • F40

    F40

    From: £13.13 £15.76 (inc. VAT)
    F-40 is a 2-part polyurethane filled system, with an incredible strength and low exotherm it is ideal for hard moulds or larger moulds where accuracy is needed.
  • FC120

    FC120

    From: £19.50 £23.40 (inc. VAT)
    FC120 is a low-viscosity polyurethane casting resin that is very easy to use due to it’s simple 1:1 ratio system. It offers a quick demould time of 20 minutes and a working time of 2 minutes. FC120 creates fine detail reproduction and posseses excellent impact resistance.
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  • FC60

    FC60

    From: £20.60 £24.72 (inc. VAT)
    FC60 is a low-viscosity polyurethane casting resin that is very easy to use due to it’s simple 1:1 ratio system. It offers a quick demould time of 20 minutes and a working time of 3-4 minutes. FC60 creates fine detail reproduction and posseses excellent impact resistance.
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  • SG2000 (FAST CAST)

    SG2000 (FAST CAST)

    From: £15.00 £18.00 (inc. VAT)
    A high quality Fast Cast with a 1:1 mix ratio. Intended for quick curing, this general purpose casting resin is low in viscosity and very easy to use.
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  • SG2000 SLOW (FAST CAST)

    SG2000 SLOW (FAST CAST)

    From: £15.00 £18.00 (inc. VAT)
    A high quality Fast Cast with a 1:1 mix ratio. Longer working times than a general standard fast cast and de-mould times this general purpose casting resin is low in viscosity and very easy to use.
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  • SG700

    SG700

    From: £14.00 £16.80 (inc. VAT)
    SG 700 is a two – component filled polyurethane casting system, which cures very fast at room temperature. With great workability and mechanical properties it is good for machining and versatile.
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What are Polyurethanes?

The most popular Polyurethane resins are cured by the reaction of a Polyol (alcohol-based hydroxyl compound), which is usually creamy in consistency and lighter in colour, generally speaking, and an Isocyanate (reacts with hydroxyl compounds to form urethane polymers), this is the more volatile and dangerous of the two parts.

There are many different types of polyol and isocyanate and the way they are combined dictates the properties you can expect from your selected choice. For example, any paints, rubbers, plastics, foams or adhesives which are polyurethane-based are engineered through selection of the right combination of polyol and isocyanate. Polyurethanes are highly versatile and can be produced to almost any tolerance, soft or hard, flexible or rigid, most polyurethanes still retain their toughness and durability without the need for reinforcements that polyesters can sometimes need.