To mix epoxy resin, most places hand mix using a popsicle stick and Dixie cup and waste 5 mins or so mixing by hand. I know because thats the way we did it years ago. I also know that because you get bored or fatigued, the resin doesn’t get fully mixed and therefore doesn’t reach full strength.
I got fed-up and decided there had to be a better way! So I developed the RM-150 to mix our resins in-house. Since that day we have never mixed by hand since. We use the RM-150 many times per day, every day. In the 10 years since, we are on our second one.
Many customers asked for a unit that would handle larger volumes so I developed the RM-1000.
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1000ml resin mixer
This mixer has been an absolute godsend in mixing the Gel Coat for my boat planters so much so that I need to get another before this one gives up the ghost. I only mix in 250 gram units and use the readily available and easy clean bowls from IKEA and use normal tongue depressors as a mixing way. Wouldn’t be without my table top mixer and Peter has been an absolute Starbbeing as I come from the UK. BUT THEN AGAIN NO ONE IS PERFECT 😂😂😂😂😂
Great little mixer
Super simple, super cool.
Great little mixer
Every lab and maker space in America should have this mixer. We used this mixer to experiment with our ppoxy colorants and resins. It’s simple to use with basic on/off and speed control. The use of a stir stick as the mixing tool is very smart and allows you to mix resins and materials together without adding bubbles. Compared to mixing by hand, this mixer is less susceptible to adding bubbles and makes the process easier. After you try it, you won’t want to go back to hand mixing. You can also compare it to expensive magnetic mixers used in most laboraties. Unlike the magnetic stirrers, this system does not require any special equipment besides a cup and stir stick and it appears to mix as effectively at a much lower price. Nice work Gizmo. And thank you.