Aaron RMW wrote:The burning out of the resin before casting was not thorough enough. Leaving obstructions or ash in the flask that prevent a complete casting. Try adjusting your ramp schedule, increasing airflow in your kiln, or vacuuming/blowing your flask clean of ash before pouring metal in it.
akgold wrote:what resin?
What investment are you using?
how long did you cure the models?
how did you cure the models?
I leave mine in overnight
I ramp from room temp straight to 1450. F it is held there until
morning when I then reduce it to casting temp of 800 deg yellow gold and 900 for white gold.
silver is also 900 t0 1000
I also make it a point to vacuum out my cans before I cast at 800 deg.
Robert Howle wrote:How long did u leave in full sun? Prob in sunlight it might take as long as 5 hrs., longer if large models. Depending on geometry, u may need to turn or flip the prints at some interval.
Put in a bowl of water as oxygen inhibits curing.
Use a clear container and put a mirror underneath or use reflective foil (aluminum).
When u place flask in the oven start at a ramp to 350 and hold min 1 hr. This will help complete the curing process.
Aaron RMW wrote:we ramp to 1450, and hold it there for like 1-3 hours I believe it varies depending on our first casting temp in the morning. You may want to consider checking your temp manually as some have stated; the actual temperature in the kiln can sometimes be much lower (50degrees F) than your temperature sensor is reading. The airflow is important from what I understand, in getting oxygen to the resin so it can burn off completely.
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