Resin is a material which consists of two components and hardens
fast. The big advantage of resin is that the models can have better and richer details
than traditional models of plastic injection molding.
For technical reasons on the models arise sticks of material wich you have to cut off. The processing of resin differs from molding material, you must use Superglue for resin. Please do not use cheap glue.
- saw, knife
- model adhesives (Superglue adhesive and/or two components glue)
- screeding compound
First you have to remove all supernatant sticks of material (if available). You can use a saw, a file or sandpaper to remove them. Afterwards you have to clean all the processed parts with sandpaper. Now you can set the parts together. Lay the adhesive on never too thickly, since Resin is not like plastics. If the seams are accordingly dried you can (if necessary) fill holes with screeding compound. If the screeding compound is dried, supernatant places are simply sanded off. The model is now finished and can be coloured.