Pigments 


A single colour decoration, with dyed resin, is fairly easy to achieve. A few drops of coloured pigments into the resin that you will use to glass-on your board, until you obtain the desired colour, then add 1 to 1,5% catalyst and glass on !! For more advanced results, or swirls, keep in mind that your blank will be coloured only in the same colour it has first been in contact with. Let your imagination do the work, using opaque dyes or translucent dyes... The pigment should never represent more than 3% of the total resin volume in order to allow the polymerization to happen. Don't forget that you will have 10 to 15 minutes to achieve your work !

  • Classic colors
    Opaque pigment allow you to color your mix resin. This deco process will give a deep tint directly impregnated in the fiber. Depending on the amount of pigment used, tint will be more or less opaque.  Feel free to test your mix before laminate your board.

     

  • Translucent colors
    Translucent pigments allow you to color your mix resin. This deco process will give a light tint directly impregnated in the fiber. Depending on the amount of pigment used, tint will be more or less colored.  Feel free to test your mix before laminate your board.
     

     

  • Fluo tints

    Translucent pigments allow you to color your mix resin. This deco process will give a light tint directly impregnated in the fiber. Depending on the amount of pigment used, tint will be more or less colored.  Feel free to test your mix before laminate your board.

     
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