FlowCast® is a casting epoxy resin that looks like liquid glass. When the two parts are combined, it hardens to a crystal clear, durable finish to a maximum thickness of 1.5". Use FlowCast® epoxy by itself for a crystal clear finish or pigments can be added to create custom colors and effects.
FlowCast® can be worked using the same tools you already have for woodworking such as a lathe, table saw, or belt sander, leaving you thousands of possibilities to create beautiful projects. Be sure to check us out on social media for inspiration and see what other artists are making out of EcoPoxy.
FlowCast® is the next generation in clear casting resin! It’s thinner, clearer, and contains more bio-renewable content! Below are even more features of this new and improved product.
With the ability to cast up to 1.5” thick, FlowCast® is perfect for pouring river tables, ocean tables, and any other deep pour applications or casting in silicone molds.
FlowCast® cures to a water-like appearance, or it can be colored with one of our many pigments.
FlowCast® has excellent air release and a low exothermic heat buildup producing a crystal-clear, solid finish that resists stress cracking.
2:1 by volume
8 hours depending on ambient temperature
72 hours depending on ambient temperature, humidity, and thickness
1/2" - 1.5" per Layer. Maximum recommended pour depth of 1.5”. Not recommended for pours less than ½” depth
Low Viscosity to Fill Tight Spaces and Excellent Air Release
In a clean, dry container; combine (by volume) 2 parts resin with 1 part hardener, and mix thoroughly for 4 to 5 minutes. Then add desired pigments, continuing to mix until the epoxy is completely colored. Add 3 minutes of additional mixing time after pigment addition. After mixing, pour the epoxy into your mold. See our Knowledge Base for more detailed tutorials.
Possible between 25 - 48 hours providing the previous pour is firm but still tacky. Once tack-free it is necessary to sand between layers to ensure proper adhesion.
55ºF through 85ºF with tightly sealed lids.
Epoxy has a shelf life of about 2 years providing it is properly stored in sealed containers.
Check some of our video tutorials on FlowCast.