Jess Crow

Getting Started with Resin - Tuxedo Coasters

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This project is a quick and easy way to introduce you to epoxy! These are cheap to make, fun to give (or keep), and you can batch them as great “for sale” items!

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3 Responses to “Getting Started with Resin - Tuxedo Coasters”

  1. Jack Anderson

    It says to mix 4 oz of part A with 4oz of part B for a total of 8 oz. How many coasters is that going to make. I assume it is more than 4 or is it a typo Thanks in advance for your response

  2. John Parken

    I realize that "ethics" is a highly subjective term and that everyone (and every corporation) has every right to draw the line wherever they feel appropriate. i really do. That said and fully meant, it seems kind of like a "come on" or "bait and switch" when a vendor offers "5 Plans for Free" and then when opened the first one I find a "plan" with two pages: The first a list with almost every supply item linked to Amazon. Nice is nice and helpful. While I know that it is likely that each of those links will lead to a specific vendor and result in a small kick-back to the link creator. Even if this is disclosed, it is not made readily apparent to the non-suspicious reader. Additionally, is a one page how-to-assemble (without any of the details of how to prepare and use the resin) really a project plan? Or would it more accurately be described as a sales presentation for essential how-to knowledge? Everyone can make that decision but only when they know about it before hand. Ironically, I MAY go ahead and BUY the missing key part; BUT (and it's important) going forward I will be less likely to even look over the details of WWGA offers. Maybe this comes down to whether WWGA sees itself more a a Guild or a cleverly named for profit vendor.

  3. Gary cannon

    I dont Understand what you use for a mold with this epoxy

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