Free Form™ Habitat™ Black

  • Epoxy Putty

Free Form™ Habitat™ Black Epoxy Putty is a mix-by-hand putty that is used to create textured or highly detailed display pieces. Habitat™ Black is solvent-free and contains no VOC’s. Working time is 60 minutes and cure time is 16 hours at room temperature (73°F/23°C). Epoxy cures to a very hard, heat resistant material that is easily painted.

Use with Habitat™ Black Folding Powder – fold powder into epoxy putty to thicken and reduce sag when applied to a vertical surface. Folding Powder also reduces stickiness and makes the epoxy more handle-able.

Free Form™ Habitat™ Black - Epoxy Putty

Quick Tech Data

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Volume

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Weight

  • 60 minutes

    Pot Life

  • 16 hours

    Cure Time

  • Black

    Colour

Habitat™ Black is suitable for interior and exterior use. It is certified ‘aquarium safe’ and used by aquariums to create hyper-realistic coral and other aquarium displays. Habitat™ Black is also used for general sculpting and theming applications.

Once putty is applied, it can be stamped with a silicone rubber stamp to create repeating patterns with intricate detail over a large surface area. Surface can be smoothed with alcohol or water. New Habitat™ Black will bond to cured Habitat™ Black without delamination. Habitat™ Black will not melt foam, and can be used as an EPS foam coating.

Free Form™ Habitat™ Black is also an excellent repair cement and bonds permanently to itself, PVC, Plexiglas™ (acrylic), wood, many metals, plastics and foams.

Free Form™ Habitat™ Black - Epoxy Putty

Videos

How To Repair a Fender Using Free Form™ Habitat™ Epoxy Putty
How to Mix Free Form Habitat Epoxy Putty and Folding Powder: Moldmaking Essential

Available Sizes

  • Trial Kit
    £42.94
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 1.93 kg
    QTY
  • Gallon Kit
    £147.42
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 9.07 kg
    QTY

Product Questions

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How can I eliminate bubbles from my castings?

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Using a vacuum chamber or pressure pot will help in removing most to all bubbles from your castings. You can read more here.

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