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Preventing air bubbles in resin parts

Published: August 1, 2009
Q: I've been doing some resin casting of small parts at home. Some of my molds are deep, with a narrow opening to pour the resin into - particularly the mold for tall "velocity stacks" for a vintage Gasser - and I always seem to get air bubbles trapped in the bottom that ruin the part. What can I do to fix that? To read the answer to this question, become a subscriber today and get all the benefits Scale Auto has to offer!
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