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River-Tables made of epoxy casting resin

River tables are uniquely aesthetic, handcrafted designer furniture made from a combination of the most beautiful woods and clear or colored epoxy cast resins. Each table is unique.

In the following film, we show you how to produce professional rivertables with high-quality epoxy casting resins from R&G!

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Rivertable blau
Rivertable rot
Rivertable gold

 

Epoxy Casting Resins

Casting resin type Description Casting thickness Processing time Curing Mixing ratio
Resin : Hardener
Price
Epoxy Casting Resin CRYSTAL-CLEAR
+ Hardener CRYSTAL-CLEAR
For high casting thicknesses in one step. 7-10 cm 600 minutes 48-62 hours 100 : 45
parts by weight
€€€
Epoxy Casting Resin EXTRA 600
+ Hardener EXTRA 600
For medium and higher casting thicknesses
in one step.
5 cm 600 minutes 24-72 hours 100 : 42
parts by weight
€€
Epoxy Casting Resin
WATER-CLEAR
+ Hardener W 300
For lower casting thicknesses in one step,
multilayer potting is possible;
cures tack-free even in thin layers
(extended curing time).
2 cm 300 minutes 24-72 hours 100 : 35
parts by weight
Epoxy Casting Resin
OCEAN BLUE
+ Hardener W 300
Transparent blue coloured. For smaller
thicknesses in on step,
multi-layer potting is possible;
cures tack-free even in thin layers
(extended curing time).
2 cm 300 minutes 24-72 hours 100 : 35
parts by weight

€ = low price, €€ = medium price, €€€ = higher price

All data on thicknesses, processing time and curing time are only approximate values. A large number of parameters such as temperature, casting volume, substrates have a decisive influence. The values may therefore deviate considerably in practice.

What is important in processing?

  1. Determine the required resin/hardener quantity. The R&G resin calculator helps you to do this.
  2. Weigh components accurately and mix resin and hardener thoroughly (drill +mixing propeller); then repot into a clean container and mix again.
  3. Allow the batch to stand for 15 - 30 minutes to deaerate. Remove rising air bubbles, which lie as foam on the surface after casting, with a hot air gun or gas flame (fire hazard).
  4. Set up fans (cold air) above the casting (e.g. Rivertable); this has proven effective in preventing overheating.