Smooth Cast 327 Colormatch

SKU: 796662

Size: Pint Kit
Price:
$36.82

Description

Unit Size Net Weight
Pint Kit 1.9 lb
Gallon Kit 15 lb
Five Gallon Kit 75 lb

 

 

Smooth-Castª 327 ColorMatchª is a slow-setting resin that was developed specifically for adding color pigments (Smooth-On So-Strong Pigments) and fillers to achieve true color representation or filler effect. The ColorMatchª Series is formulated "color neutral". Pot Life: 10-20 mins. Demold: 2-4 hours.
Properties
Technical Properties
Mix Ratio by Weight 115A:100B
Mix Ratio by Volume 1A:1B
Pot Life 20 minutes
Cure Time 4 hours
Color Clear Amber
Shore Hardness 72D
Mixed Viscosity 100 cps
Shrinkage 0.0075 in./in.
Specific Volume 25.9 cu. in./lb.
Specific Gravity 1.07g/cc
Tensile Strength 3,170 psi
Elongation @ Break 10%
Compressive Modulus 32,200 psi
Tensile Modulus 140,000 psi
Flexural Strength 3,100 psi
Flexural Modulus 95,700 psi
Compressive Strength 3,080 psi
Heat Deflection Temp 120¼F

 

The Smooth-Cast¨ 325, 326 & 327 ColorMatch¨ Series plastics are fast-cast resins that were developed specifically for adding color pigments and fillers to achieve true color representation or filler effect. The ColorMatch¨ Series is formulated "color neutral". Small amounts of pigment will yield accurate, vivid colors from cured castings using So-Strong¨ tints or Ignite¨ color pigments. The ColorMatch¨ Series offers the convenience of a 1A: 1B mix ratio by volume and has a very low viscosity. Demold times range from about 10 minutes to 2-4 hours (depending on product, mass and mold configuration). Note: Large mass castings will get very hot and shrink more, depending on mold configuration.
The ColorMatch¨ Series also readily accept fillers (such as URE-FIL¨ 3 from Smooth-On). Because of its neutral color, Smooth-Cast¨ 327 is ideal for creating marble and wood grain casting effects, or duplicating the look of real metal by adding bronze, brass or other metal powder (see Smooth-On technical bulletin for metal cold casting). Applications for the ColorMatch¨ Series plastics include making pigmented prototype models or figures, special effect props, reproducing small to medium size sculptures, decorative jewelry, etc.
How do I remove release agent from my cured urethane casting if I want to prime or paint the casting?
Removing a silicone-based release agent from your cured urethane casting is not easy. The most effective way is to sand blast or bead blast the surface of your casting. However, sand blasting removes a micro thin layer of the casting's surface. If not done properly, you can damage or remove fine detail. Soap Wipe or brush the casting with a soap that has high alkali content. Cascade brand dishwashing gel is highly alkaline and also contains baking soda, which is an advantage. Solvents Wipe or brush the casting with Acetone, Toluene, Isopropyl Alcohol or Mineral Spirits.
Important: follow all safety precautions when using flammable liquids. You can then prime and paint your casting.
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