Amazing Deep Pour is a 2-part, extremely clear, deep-cast epoxy. It is ideal for applications requiring thicker pours (up to 2 inches thick) or a glass-like finish.
This 2:1 mix ratio product was formulated to reduce exotherm (heat build-up), allowing users to pour thicker sections without the delays of layering as with standard epoxies. Amazing Deep Pour is compatible with Alumilite Dyes and Polycolor Resin Powders, Glow Powders, and Glitters. Other colorants may be compatible, testing is required.
Amazing Deep Pour is ideal for river tables, resin blanks for lathe turning, filling wide gaps in wood, or any application requiring a depth greater than 3/8 inch. ADP can also be layered for projects requiring thicknesses beyond 2 inches.
Prior to using product, please read all Technical Data, Safety Data, and Instruction sheets linked below.
24 oz. Kit = 16 oz. A + 8oz. B
1.5 gal. Kit = 1 gal. A + .5 gal. B
3 gal. Kit = 2 gal. A + 1 gal. B
6 gal. Kit = 4 gal. A + 2 gal. B
I have been using Alumilite Resins exclusively since I started resin casting two years ago. At first I mostly used a pressure pot with GREAT results, but a last year stared doing “river table style” charcuterie trays, cribbage boards and lazy Susan’s. At first I used Clear cast and poured 3/4” to 1’deep and had no problems, but when I reordered I decided to try Deep Pour. In my shop I turn, sand and finish all my projects, so I was thrown when finding deep pour takes THREE days to dry before demolding. That means I have to “close up shop” and wait for my project to dry enough to de-mold. So I built a insulated 24” cubed shaped box with a light to cover and keep the heat regulated and dust out. Since the long cure time I have not been able to “finish” any of the five castings yet and am anxious to see how the deep pour resin finishes. The learning curve is certainly much longer than expected as to how long to wait, before the last “stir” to get the pattern(s) I am trying to achieve. The YouTube video put out by Alumilite say 8-9 hours, but the last time I tried that the center was too “cured” and it ruined the piece. I will revisit my review after I actually finish a couple projects. As I mentioned in the beginning, I am exclusively using Alumilite products and hoping the problems I am having with Deep Pour can be solved soon.
I’ve used many brands, but Alumilite is hands down the best deep pour out there for river tables. It’s super easy to work with and comes our without blemish. And a side bonus is that there is no obnoxious odor like many of the other brands.
its a good product but full 7 day cure in low tempetures
I really like Deep Pour for my river table tops did three. However I have cast many bottle stoppers with Deep Pour and they will NOT turn without chipping if I let them to fully cure. If I try to turn them after two or three days they will turn without chipping. I have cast many stoppers with Amazing Clear cast and never had a problem no matter how old they were. I would like to know if anyone has had similar problems.
Easy to mix and handle. Sets very clear especially if placed in a pressure pot.
There's nothing else out there like this crystal clear product! Simply mix your dyes or pigments, pour, eliminate any bubbles or the open time will take care of it itself. Then simply wait for the curing process to finish. Once curing times up its time to sit back and observe the awesomeness that awaits!
I poured a 2 inch thick pour my first time using this.. it turned out crystal clear! No bubbles, no flaws. I can’t wait to do a table with this stuff.
Amazing product. The product is bubble free and crystal clear once cured. I actually had to check my mod for jeans before I realized the deep pour had cured. Highly recommend this product
Absolutely amazing, made my 2" pour on my river coffee table. Within a few mi minutes all the bubbles from mixing were at the top. A quick run with the torch and it was crystal clear. I just got 6 more gallons in for two more coffee tables. I highly recommend this product. Wesley Hutchinson Whiskey Run Customs