OOMOO 30 VS OOMOO 25

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Darthmagpie

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I got the trial kit from smooth-on. It had OOMOO 30 and 300 resin. They both worked well for me. Is there any reason not to go with the 25 and save 5 hours of curing time?

Thanks, Ben
 

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thedap

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if you are sure you can have it all mixed and poured without rushing yourself, go for it.

but just remember that if the phone rings or a finger falls off, you can't walk away.

all that extra time is good for letting all those tiny bubbles to work themselves out. can be a deal maker/breaker if you mix as poorly as I do. :lol
 

TOSPHASER

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Originally posted by thedap@Feb 9 2006, 12:41 AM
if you are sure you can have it all mixed and poured without rushing yourself, go for it.

but just remember that if the phone rings or a finger falls off, you can't walk away.

all that extra time is good for letting all those tiny bubbles to work themselves out. can be a deal maker/breaker if you mix as poorly as I do. :lol
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I love the 25 for it's fast cure...........I would use it for small molds only due to the reasons above..........you don't want to try to mix large amounts of it. the shore strength is a little less but it is real close to the same...
 
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