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Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin

$175.00

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Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin

is a two part clear epoxy resin system formulated for use with casting large objects or river tables. If you are looking for a casting epoxy that is capable of being poured up to 2" thick, cures water-clear, has excellent U.V. resistance, a long working time, and is easy to work with, this product is for you. Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin is a slow curing casting resin with advanced air release. Curing time is completely dependent on the thickness of the pour, but as a general rule expect at least 12-18 hours for it to be dry to touch.


✔️ Advanced Air Release
✔️ Easy to Use 1:1 Ratio by Volume
✔️ Excellent UV Resistance
✔️ Free Shipping to 48 Contiguous States
✔️ High Temperature Resistance
✔️ Long Working Time
✔️ No VOC
✔️ Made in the USA
✔️ Pour Up to 2" Thick per Layer
✔️ Ultra-Clear

❌ We do not recommend Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin for coating surfaces or small pours as it may not cure completely, or can take a long time to reach a full cure.


Recommended Uses
  • River Tables
  • Large Molds
  • Ideal for 1" - 2" Deep Pours
Technical Data

Shore D Hardness - 60-70

Working Time - 45 Minutes

Dry to Touch - 12-36 Hours

Maximum Recommended Casting Thickness - 2" per layer

Maximum Recommended Coating Thickness - This product is not recommended for coating. 

Ideal Curing Temperature - 65°F - 80°F (Lower temperatures are ideal for larger pours as epoxy resin generates heat in mass)

Temperature Resistance - 475°F

Shelf Life (Unopened) - 12 Months

Shelf Life (Opened) - 6 Months (Depending on environment)

Instructions

Click here to view our instructions.

Kit Sizes

8oz Kit = 4 ounces Part A + 4 ounces Part B
16oz Kit = 8 ounces Part A + 8 ounces Part B
32oz Kit = 16 ounces Part A + 16 ounces Part B
64oz Kit = 32 ounces Part A + 32 ounces Part B
1 Gallon Kit = 64 ounces Part A + 64 ounces Part B
2 Gallon Kit = 128 ounces Part A + 128 ounces Part B (Shipped in multiple 64oz Containers for ease of use, may be occasionally sent in 128oz containers if 64oz containers are unavailable at the time)
4 Gallon Kit = 256 Ounces Part A + 256 Ounces Part B

Customer Reviews

Based on 146 reviews
79%
(116)
8%
(11)
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N.A.
Lots of issues getting it to sit

Aside from the art resin - the cast resin just isn’t curing properly. It’s only setting on half of the projects. Maybe it can be my molds? I’m gonna give some more Projects a go.

Thanks for your review! Liquid Cast Deep Pour Epoxy Resin does have certain limitations for the product to cure properly. We would love to assist you in troubleshooting to either help you with this product, or find one that may better suit your projects. Please reach out to us at support@ksresin.com

E
E.W.
It's Great

I loved the viscosity of the resin

N
N.
Underwhelmed,

I really cannot tell a difference between this and their Art UV resin as far as pot life and cure time. It actually sets pretty fast for a deep pour resin and is in a gel state within a couple of hours and quite hard at 24hours.

I also found it to be no better in terms of bubbles, even after running it through a vacuum chamber. I’m pretty bummed as I wanted this resin to work out for me but I’m not likely to buy again.

Thank you for your feedback! You are correct, the two products have a similar working time and drying time as mentioned in the Technical Data tab in each products description. If you are looking to achieve a bubble-free cast, you need to use a pressure pot and not a vacuum chamber.

P
P.H.
So many bubbles

We have done 2 pours with this resin, and it sets extremely fast. There is very little working time to let the bubbles release, so I have an extremely holey project. I'm going to try to salvage it because resin is so expensive, but I'm not sure that I can. My husband and I are very careful when we measure and try to be as exact as possible. I know that heating the resin causes it to set faster but I'm not even able to go over it to get the bubbles out and it's setting. If you have any advice I'll definitely take it.

T
T.J.
Quality of product

Product is good for deep pours, my only issue is that the epoxy never hardens completely it stays soft where it is bendable. Other than that, good product

Customer Reviews

Based on 146 reviews
79%
(116)
8%
(11)
12%
(17)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
N
N.A.
Lots of issues getting it to sit

Aside from the art resin - the cast resin just isn’t curing properly. It’s only setting on half of the projects. Maybe it can be my molds? I’m gonna give some more Projects a go.

Thanks for your review! Liquid Cast Deep Pour Epoxy Resin does have certain limitations for the product to cure properly. We would love to assist you in troubleshooting to either help you with this product, or find one that may better suit your projects. Please reach out to us at support@ksresin.com

E
E.W.
It's Great

I loved the viscosity of the resin

N
N.
Underwhelmed,

I really cannot tell a difference between this and their Art UV resin as far as pot life and cure time. It actually sets pretty fast for a deep pour resin and is in a gel state within a couple of hours and quite hard at 24hours.

I also found it to be no better in terms of bubbles, even after running it through a vacuum chamber. I’m pretty bummed as I wanted this resin to work out for me but I’m not likely to buy again.

Thank you for your feedback! You are correct, the two products have a similar working time and drying time as mentioned in the Technical Data tab in each products description. If you are looking to achieve a bubble-free cast, you need to use a pressure pot and not a vacuum chamber.

P
P.H.
So many bubbles

We have done 2 pours with this resin, and it sets extremely fast. There is very little working time to let the bubbles release, so I have an extremely holey project. I'm going to try to salvage it because resin is so expensive, but I'm not sure that I can. My husband and I are very careful when we measure and try to be as exact as possible. I know that heating the resin causes it to set faster but I'm not even able to go over it to get the bubbles out and it's setting. If you have any advice I'll definitely take it.

T
T.J.
Quality of product

Product is good for deep pours, my only issue is that the epoxy never hardens completely it stays soft where it is bendable. Other than that, good product


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