Last Updated: August 21, 2019
Our technicians might be overmixing epoxy. What advice can you give us?
If you mix too vigorously, you can trap air in the material and introduce bubbles. In the production process, it’s important to dispense a drop of epoxy – not a bubble. So when mixing the material, you want to thoroughly blend Part A and Part B with minimal bubbles. A favorite tip: Instead of mixing for 60-90 seconds, I recommend 25 uniform passes using a consistent mixing rhythm that minimizes bubbles. Read my article for detailed mixing instructions.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team January 23, 2019
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