Heat Gun for Resin - 300 Watt Heat Tool for Epoxy Resin, Tumbler Embossing for Removing Epoxy Cup Painting Resin Air Bubbles, Drying Crafts & Shrink Wrap Paint, White
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Heat guns can be dangerous if not used properly. Some of them reach temperatures over 1,000°F, and when you get into temperatures that high, you’re running a severe risk of injury or fire. DEWALT D26960K Heavy Duty Heat Gun: For those seeking more control over their crafts, this heat gun offers variable temperature settings.
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As we mentioned above, working with acrylic pouring, in addition to the epoxy resin, will require the heat gun to reach temperatures as low as 150-200°F. Also, do certain colourants/acrylics cause a strange crinkly surface once heat it’s applied to domed/coated resin pendant? Or a kind of oily/smeary looking dried finish?Freedom of Movement: With a cordless heat gun, you’re not tied down. You can move freely around your workspace without worrying about finding an outlet or tripping over cords.
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Its cord is a little shorter at 38in long and it can only be used for 3 minutes before there’s a danger of overheating.
When using a heat gun, it is important to work in a well-ventilated area. This will help reduce the chances of inhaling any fumes that may be created during the heating process. Extra safety precautions: more durable plastic (impact-resistant PA6+30GF) is used, insulated body. The brand passed UL certification. It looks safe, durable, like a good quality heat gun.