We’ve begun casting our resin items a bit differently lately. Our process has always been that we degas the resin in a vacuum degasser then pour into our molds. But now once the resin is in the mold we’re placing them into a pressure pot and pressure casting them at 50PSI until the resin fully cures. So far the results have been amazing. Casts that used to have a few air bubbles (imperfections) here and there before now have nearly no blemishes. And what before would have taken us a lot of time to correct before shipping to our customers, because we only ship out items that we’d like to receive ourselves, now takes just a few minutes to clean and box up.
Now if only we could make our air compressor quieter since the neighbors are starting to complain! 😉