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NEW Free Form® Epoxy Putty
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Free Form® Epoxy Putty is extremely lightweight epoxy putty suitable for an infinite variety of industrial and art-related applications. This low-odor, low-shrink putty is unique, inexpensive and easy to use. For industrial applications, Free Form® can be used as a filleting material for epoxy tooling or in between layers of EpoxAmite® laminating epoxy and fiberglass cloth for making lightweight composite parts. It can also be used as an ultra-lightweight adhesive used to bond like and unlike surfaces. For art-related and special effects applications, Free Form® can be used to make ultra-light rigid support shells or mother molds. It can also be used to make lightweight, rigid props.
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Free Form® Epoxy Dough is mixed 1A:1B by volume.
 
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Free Form® Putty is pressed over a cured Rebound® 40 rubber mold.
 
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Strong enough to stand on, yet light enough to hold in one hand, this support shell (weighing 6 lbs. / 2.7kgs.) will offer years of easy-to-handle service.
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Free Form® Epoxy Putty can be used as a filleting material in epoxy tooling.
 

 

Features that make Free Form® different from other epoxy putties include;

• Mixed Free Form Putty has an ultra-low density of 0.45. That means that cured material is extremely lightweight, yet cured Free Form® is very strong

1A:1B by volume mix ratio – Many “tooling” putties that are available have a “by weight” mix ratio, which makes them inconvenient for some applications.

Uniform Consistency – Free Form® mixes easily compared to other epoxy putties. It does not crumble in your hand.

Low Odor – unlike other epoxy putties, there is almost no odor with this product.

Easy Clean Up – Soap and water will remove this product from most surfaces.

Post Finishing – Cured putty can be drilled, sanded, etc. It readily accepts acrylic paints.

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Free Form® Putty is pressed into a Rebound® 40 rubber mold of a decorative shield.
 
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The Free Form® shield is demolded and exhibits great detail. The casting is very durable, lightweight, and can be easily painted.

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