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Re: [casting] Alumilite Flex 60 Bonding

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  • Mike
    I ve poured Alumilite s Flex 70 onto their regular after it has cured and gotten a permanent bond. I don t believe they produce 70 any longer. I haven t used
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 16, 2013
      I've poured Alumilite's Flex 70 onto their regular after it has cured and gotten a permanent bond. I don't believe they produce 70 any longer. I haven't used the 60.

      - Mike

      On Mar 16, 2013, at 22:09, Ray K <kleenax@...> wrote:

      > You will definitely want to pour your 2nd material into the mold while your
      > 1st material is still tacky, or not totally cured for sure. If you don't
      > mind a little mixing of the 2, pour the 1st, then your 2nd immediately and
      > see how it works. If you were to pour your 2nd material carefully, I'm sure
      > you would get a good bond.
      >
      > Experiment a little and let us know.
      >
      > Good luck!
      >
      > On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 8:39 PM, thecuban1040 <TheCuban1040@...>wrote:
      >
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      >>
      >> Hey all, I have started casting rock climbing holds with Alumilite
      >> Regular. I wanted to try and make the back of the holds have a thin layer
      >> of softer material to help them stick to the wall a little better.
      >>
      >> I was curious how well the Alumilite Flex 60 would bond to the Alumilite
      >> Regular. Maybe I could pour the Flex 60 while the harder poly is still
      >> curing to get them to mix a little bit?
      >>
      >> Any tips are appreciated!
      >>
      >> --
      >> Luis
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      > Ray Kotke
      > Recumbent Casting, LLC
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