BF DEEP Resin is formulated for casting in a mould up to 2” Thick at 20˚ C/68˚ F, ready to de-mould and work in 7 days with full hardness in 21 days. With active cooling thicker casting without distortion is possible.
BF DEEP features a long set-up time for bubble release or removal and a moderate exothermic reaction with reduced shrinkage.BF DEEP is ideal for combining with wood in casting “river tables”. Prime or seal wood surfaces with BF COAT Resin to eliminate bubbles forming before pouring thick castings. Sealing wood surfaces is not required if you are able to cool the resin as it cures. For large pours, we recommend a room temperature of 15C/59F, in addition to fans blowing on the surface as the resin cures. Formulated non-hazardous and non-toxic. Watch our video on how to properly seal edges:
I just got it in yesterday and haven’t had a chance to use it but I cannot wait too!
I've tried all of the big names out there and nothing has performed as well as the black forest deep resin. Easy to mix, no issues with curing, and crystal clear with no bubbles. They provide great instructional videos and are passionate about the products.
I’ve been waiting to use the epoxy until I get everything ready to go in the mold. Being in Texas, the weather changes daily, so I have to wait until we get more consistent low temperatures. However, the packages came just fine. A little beat up from being inspected in New Jersey, but other than that, the contents were packaged perfectly. Almost too perfectly as I was cursing at how many packing peanuts I had to dissolve (yes, bio-friendly peanuts), ha ha. I’ll be using the Deep Pour epoxy on a 2in thick, 4ft x 10ft Bastogne Walnut slab dining table and I hope this will become my staple epoxy I use. When complete, I’ll post a follow up to the performance. Thanks!
It is easy to use and dries crystal clear!