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  1. #1
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    Cold Cure

    Due to the lack of a steady and reliable heat source in my shop, I am hoping to use Industrial Formulations Cold Cure epoxy. What I dont get from the lit is if you can use this with silica and microspheres to make putty for filleting the joints on a stich & glue. Any feedback would be appreciated.
    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Yes, Coldcure can be used with all fillers

    Noah's

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    Beside the benefits from using at lower temperatures are there any significant drawbacks from using cold cure? If so what are some of them.

  4. #4
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    Comparing Coldcure to MAS or EAST System epoxy there is 1 drawback, and that is that Coldcure does blush a bit if you're coating wood, or fiberglassing. MAS or EAST (with slow hardeners) do not blush.

    Noah's


 

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