Guide Resin Casting / Molding Buttons

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I had similar trouble, looked exactly the same. I would try my best to fill both sides separately, then sandwich them together and put a small weight on top while it dries. There would be some overflow so do it on a disposable surface. Molds should in good practice be designed with pour spouts and over flow holes to get perfect amount. then the spouts are trimmed off afterwards. But this can be difficult engineering for hobby molds we make.
 

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Covering all parts/surfaces of the mold with resin, slowly putting them together & using a small weight seems to have done the trick. thx Gman.
 
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To get the most out of your Resin Molds, it is important to prepare them before each use. This will help ensure that your molds last longer and produce better quality casts.
There are a few simple steps that you can take to prepare your Resin Molds for each use:
 
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