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  • System 1000 Epoxy Resin

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    System 1000 Epoxy Resin is designed to be a general purpose part or repair resin. In this video, we will go over the typical uses for Epoxy Resin, the resin characteristics and how you would use it. We will also cover the advantages that System 1000 Epoxy Resin has over similar resins on the market.

    This video will also cover each of the high performance hardener systems we have for the System 1000 Epoxy Resin. These choices offer fabricators increased flexibility in their project, based on the needs of the particular part.

    Want to learn more about Epoxy Resins? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers like: About Resins, Mold Construction, Molding Fiberglass, and Fundamentals of Fiberglass. Visit our Learning Center at: http://bit.ly/1MCiX6Q

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    There are three common types of thermosetting resins to choose from: epoxy resin, vinyl ester resin and polyester resin. Resin selection is based on fabric compatibility, service conditions, and the desired characteristics of the finished part. Moldmaking, molding and laminating operations can be performed with any system. Epoxy is the higher performance and higher priced system. It is used in weight critical, high strength, and dimensionally accurate applications. Vinyl Ester resin offers corrosion resistance, heat resistance and is blended for toughness. Polyester resins are less expensive, offer some corrosion resistance, and are more forgiving than epoxies.
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    Gel Coat is a polyester based resin made for high quality, surface finish applications.

    Want to learn more about Resin and Gel Coat? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers, videos, charts, and photo galleries. You can learn more about Resins and Gel Coat with free white papers like: About Resins, Getting Started in Composites, and Gel Coat Troubleshooting Guide.
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    Sandwich Core Materials are lightweight, structural layers that are embedded between laminate layers to obtain a higher strength-to-weight ratio. By employing sandwich core materials in your part or mold, you can achieve much higher flexural strength and flexural modulus than using skin laminates alone.

    Want to learn more about Sandwich Core materials? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers. You can learn more about Sandwich Core with free white papers like: Guidelines for Sandwich Core Materials and Vacuum Bagging Equipment & Techniques. View An Introduction to Sandwich Core Materials on the Fibre Glast Blog. Click on a product image below to get more information and view pricing. You can place your order right here on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.
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    Vacuum infusion is a fabrication technique that uses vacuum pressure to drive resin into a laminate. Dry materials are laid into the mold and the vacuum pressure is applied before resin is introduced. Once a complete vacuum is achieved, resin is forced into the laminate via vacuum tubing. The vacuum infusion process offers a better fiber-to-resin ratio than hand lay-up or vacuum bagging.

    Want to learn more about Vacuum Infusion? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers. You can learn more about vacuum infusion with free white papers like: Vacuum Infusion - The Equipment & Process of Resin Infusion or watch a Vacuum Infusion Video

    Click on an image below to get more information and view pricing. You can place your order right her on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.
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