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Model Pro Off White

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$26.99 - $467.42

Model-Pro Off White is a low viscosity, two part polyurethane casting resin that contains zero solvents, making it virtually odorless and user friendly. Cures to an off-white finish.

Maximum Purchase: 10 units

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Model-Pro is a two component polyurethane casting resin which exhibits good impact resistance and strength. It has a  low viscosity making it extremely easy to mix.  Model-Pro contains zero solvents making it virtually odorless and user friendly. It also contains no fillers and can be hand mixed or used with automated dispensing equipment. Product uses include: Casting models, protoypes, figurines, proofing molds, making reproductions, etc.. This is ideal resin for professional model makers, hobbists, crafters, and taxidermists.  Model-Pro turns from liquid to solid in 15 minutes and works excellent in rtv silicone molds.

 

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Mix Ratio 1:1 by weight / volume
Working Time 2.0 minutes
Demold Time 15 minutes
Heat Deflection 300°F
Shrinkage .001
Color Off-white
Hardness 75-D
Viscosity 80 cps
  • 5 Andie on Feb 12th 2024
    Model Pro Offi White

    Excellent product with an VERY quick set time. If you're used to marine or other resin, try a small sample of an ounce or so before you do a bigger pour so you know your time. Having said this, I love the quick dry time, for furniture applique molds, it's so nice to be able to get so many of these completed in a short time. They also hold paint very well! I chose the opaque white which works just fine for my projects. I haven't tried adding anything like mica powder, ink, glitter or other things I've added to clear, but I plan to try those. Someone said they added black color and the molds came out perfectly. Highly recommend!

  • 5 Abel Munoz-Hermoso on Feb 12th 2024
    Model-Pro castin resing

    Very easy to use product. I use it mainly to cast small parts for model kits and the quality of the casting is very good. I have been using this product for several years and never had any issues.

  • 5 Tertius Kepler on Dec 28th 2023
    Model Pro Epoxy Resin

    I have been using it for years and this company has always treated me extremely well I recommend anybody for a good experience to deal with specialty resin

  • 4 KELLY WILSON on Dec 16th 2023
    Great product

    This was my first use of polyurethane resin ,,epoxy is normally what I use, took me a couple of messups to get used to the setup speed ., but I live it , ordered another tyoe , and will try all of what they have .

  • 4 Abel on Dec 15th 2023
    Good product

    I have been using this brand for a few years and, overall, have been quite happy with it. I only wish that they were a bit cheaper or had some sort of discount for repeat customers.

  • 5 Paul Shoemaker on Dec 5th 2023
    Model Pro Off White Resin

    Excellent product. Easy too work with, mix and pour. The viscosity is thin and flows well into complicated molds. I use this specific resin for final creation of vacuum form molds and the material is very heat resistant when fully cured. The cure time is about 7-10 minutes and works very well and gives me plenty of time to use a pressure pot to assist in hardening and bubble evacuation. I highly recommend the product.

  • 4 Mark Chamness on Nov 18th 2023
    Not equal amounts

    I really like this product but when I ordered the gallon amount there is more in the Part A than Part B. Since this is a 1 to 1 ratio I would have liked to see liquid levels equal.

  • 5 William Colford on Sep 25th 2023
    Model Pro off white fast

    It works very well. The 2.5 minute pot life is plenty of time for smaller castings to be placed under compression to achieve bubble free castings.

  • 5 Jose on Jun 28th 2023
    Perfect for quick porotypes

    I can't complain about this resin. Like model-pro black it's viscosity is low. Cures very fast! In some models you can get away without using a pressure pot, but i recommend you use one. If you have a vibrating table it will help a lot too