Re: epoxie temperature

Posted by CLC on May 25, 2005

You'll want it warmer than that. A tent would be strongly advised.

Epoxy really is activated by temperature. In my experience the chemistry pretty much quits below 50-55 degrees, and I'm never sure it gets to full strength unless there was a subsequent "cooking" session at 80 degrees or more.

Think of a simple tent with a string of lightbulbs beneath it:

Much Ado About Epoxy in the Cold

In Response to: epoxie temperature by Peter on May 25, 2005