Resin Research Epoxy Resin
Polyester Laminating Resin
Question: What's the best resin for my project?
Answer:  Let's compare the three main resins side-by-side and let you decide.
Entropy Epoxy Bio Resin
Advantages:
  • Lower cost than epoxy
  • Fast cure time
  • Adequate adhesion to balsa and
    paulownia
  • Good Gloss Finish
Advantages:
  • Made from sustainable renewable
    materials
  • Made from waste streams of other
    industrial processes
  • Significantly reduces carbon
    footprint
  • Works exactly the same as regular
    epoxies.
Advantages:
  • Easy mix 2:1 ratio
  • Longer working time
  • Almost no odor
  • Can be cleaned with denatured
    alcohol or white vinegar.
  • Superior bonding to many woods
  • Better resistance to fatigue or
    micro cracking.  
Disdvantages:
  • Strong Odor
  • High VOCs
  • Requires Acetone for cleanup
  • Requires Styrene to thin
  • Often delaminates from oily woods
    such as cedar and redwood
  • Dissolves EPS foam - only safe
    with polyurethane foam.
Disdvantages:
  • More expensive than poly
  • Hard to get good gloss finish
Disadvantages:
  • Most expensive epoxy
  • Hard to get good gloss finish
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