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SMD SunFlash (UV Activated Resin) in action! Plus an update of the '72


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Somebody got some goodies last week. This is exactly what I needed to get the inside of my walls done. If you guys are like me doing all the work on your system yourself, then you know all the extra time you have to lay resin is much needed. I can do the whole inside of the box without stopping to mix up another batch. I went through 2 cans so far but plan on ordering more later to finish up some other projects I have planned.

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Can I add SMD Sunflash straight to wood to seal my sub box from the inside and not use fiberglass cloth? I am looking to be able to just use resin INSIDE a box to seal it WITHOUT having to add any actual fiberglass and definitely no sanding involved. What do ya think? Will it adhere?

Yes you can add it directly to the wood.You may have to do a couple coats though since the wood may soak it up.

no prob, thanks much man for quick response. =)

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Need to figure out a way to ship some to me at APO/FPO address... Any ideas?

 

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Has anyone used a UV light on this stuff yet?

Im not sure exactly what i need to be looking at when buying a UV light for the quickest curing times.

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Is there a working temperature for Sunflash? Its getting colder on the east coast. Need to know safe working temps as I'd use this outside

not really - i actually just tried it under some clouds while it was sprinkling and it still worked. It was a little slower but not much :D

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Is there a working temperature for Sunflash? Its getting colder on the east coast. Need to know safe working temps as I'd use this outside

not really - i actually just tried it under some clouds while it was sprinkling and it still worked. It was a little slower but not much :D

This is exactly the question i was going to ask. Temps in ohio getting down to the mid 40's. Gonna make some kick panels now that i know it'll work. Love what you're doin man, keep that shit slappin'!

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