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Heat gun on resin: nozzles, tips or attachments & the different wave and cell effects they make

Jun 09, 2021
Hi everyone, I'm excited because I've been waiting for some pigments to arrive in the mail and since I live here in Alaska, sometimes things take a little longer to get to me and one of the videos I wanted. film or you know play a little bit was what is the difference between all the

tips

for a

heat

gun. Do you know why I use or don't use certain

heat

tips

? And I thought today just play with that, so I got my pigments in the mail and we're going to work with an ultra pink marine and let me stir them up a little bit.
heat gun on resin nozzles tips or attachments the different wave and cell effects they make
He says that because I've never really worked with pasta before anything I've ever done. it's been powders or acrylic and inks that I really enjoy, so I don't see any reason why these won't be as fabulous, if not better, and I just put what I did was I shook my and I shook that. a little bit before you put it in and you can see that it's actually going to be a nice color. I'm going to speed this up so you don't have to see everything. Okay, we're back, apparently I didn't. I have enough light mix for the pink so I added a little bit of turquoise to the pink to give us a full set of two spots to work with here and these are just little canvas cutouts that I have that also

make

the

resin

. pretty thin on top the other thing that's really important is that I have a reliable heating pad because hot guns get so hot there's no way you can change the tip until it cools down so today I brought my heating pads . that I can change the tip when we go to

make

them, so most of the time when you see me working with the heat guns, I'm using either of these two or just the simple heat gun without any tip and the reason why Why I choose these two is because when the heat comes out of this, you know it's forced to expand and come out, it actually slows down like a high setting on the heating pad.
heat gun on resin nozzles tips or attachments the different wave and cell effects they make

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heat gun on resin nozzles tips or attachments the different wave and cell effects they make...

Sorry, heat gun or um, so even on low, there's not really a lot of air pressure coming out because of the way it spreads out and on high, I just have more control over an air blower coming out like this. . fun way to layer colors sometimes so I can show you that and then I consider them high pressure so on a low setting it makes the air coming out of the heat gun pretty strong so I'll show you why I mean, and it's actually fun to work with, but you have to be careful because you'll splatter everything if you're not doing it right, so this is also the same

resin

paste. titanium white and every time I've seen someone use it it's produced fabulous

cell

s and beads, so I want to start with the two heads, you know, the harder ends and we're going to work on the teal plate or board if you want.
heat gun on resin nozzles tips or attachments the different wave and cell effects they make
Okay, I'm going to heat it up a little bit, so I'm going to use the biggest circle and I'm going to put it on low, so okay, now I'm going to do it on high, and you can see how.

different

, that pattern looks from the circle, it's actually very pretty, the only reason I hit it with the heat gun or torch is to allow any of those extra

cell

s to appear. Now I'm going to change the tip to the smaller one and I'm going to start with that one on low as well and now I'm going to do it on high, being careful with the splash factor and you can see there's a pretty big difference between the small one and the, and the bigger, the bigger. circular tip and that and now you can see why I don't really use these inner coasters because of how hard

they

push that resin even though it's on low so this is the part where it was on low and if you look actually, It didn't change much in either, but the

effects

are absolutely beautiful.
heat gun on resin nozzles tips or attachments the different wave and cell effects they make
Sorry, I keep opening the camera. Look, I think this one is particularly nice. Look at it. Okay, so now I'm going to use. The fatter circle again I can understand that this hot pad is fighting with me. I'm going to show you the difference in the angles of using a heat gun, one of the things I had when I was, you know. help someone fix the problem of why

they

aren't getting cells and etc, part of the problem was that they were holding a heat gun incorrectly, so what I'm going to do is start with the heat gun and I'm going to start start by keeping it straight, keeping it straight down and then I'll slowly turn it sideways as I go down so I'll hold the camera at the same time and do this so bear with me. down here and I'm going to turn it, it slowly feels like it's flat on its side so you can see down, it actually made it bloom like a flower and then as you turn it it becomes more of that

wave

look , I mean, actually.
I'm really impressed with this beautiful beautiful sale of this white that I'm wearing so look how beautiful they are they're amazing so this is with the fattest hole on this last one this is pointing. down towards the resin and then slowly turned it to the side. You can see where I turned it sideways until it was almost flush, so from the top, take this out of the camera. It was pointing down like this and then I started turning it like this as it went down to the side and you can see the total difference in how it looks so if you point straight down at your resin you'll get a totally

different

look and especially inside a roller coaster.
Now, if I had been inside a roller coaster, all I would have gotten out of it was a big white mass, but in this it's just oh, look at that, so it's two, this is two rounds, sorry. I'm having a hard time with this camera, those are the two sides, these are the two tips that I did on the teal here, so now we're going to switch and come over here and we're going to do the other tips. you'll notice a total difference, but I think the effect is just as good, I mean a total difference in how they spread and how they spread when you use them and how they spread and there's actually less pressure.
Out with them, so I'm going to do the same. I'm going to cheer for this target. Let me tell you. Okay, I did it when I mixed that pink. You see those little specks there that are probably operator error. I'm just going to tell you right now, so I realized that I did that, but I don't think it was the pacing, I think it was just because I needed to handle work better with that, okay? This is the first tip I'm going to use and I'm going to point it down like this the whole time I do it and I'll do it on low first, start on low and then I'll turn it off and put it on high for the rest and then Hi because it's more fun and as you can see, you have a little more control with this one that's a lot of white.
Also notice it's a pretty big white spot and when I use this flat tip it actually works better and I'm sorry they are so dirty but I've been making resin for a long time and I always try to preserve everything I use so when I use it, I like using this one a lot more. You can see that they are a little more delicate and as you know I work inside coasters or smaller items more often, but still. It has the same dazzling effect only it's small compared to this one which is fabulous, beautiful and big, that's why you don't see me using the circular one it's because of the objects I work on, but it's so beautiful so I think.
I put too much white here for the full demo, but you can totally see it and I don't see a big difference between high and low with the flat setting, except that the high gets faster because the low. You just have to be more patient and push and push. the resin and wait for it to bloom and then on top, so I'm going to use the other piece which you'll see acts similarly except it's whiter at the tip. than the one I just used, I'm going to do the same thing, I'm going to start it on low and then I'm going to change it to high, okay, foreign and now you can see that it actually looks a lot like the first one I made, so that's why.
I wanted you to see that the flat tips are not all the same, but they definitely have a very similar effect and the bead they make is much smaller than the bead that the circular ones make, okay? I'm going to throw this one out because he actually acts very differently for the rest of this streak. I have to tell you that I still struggle with not using the heat from the hot pad, just the worst burn. you can get or what I have experienced has been a hika, not the torch. I'm guessing there's something on your mind more about a torch when you're trying to be careful when playing with fire than the heat gun that looks like a hair dryer, so I'm going to go ahead and use this.
I'm going to start on low and then of course you'll hear me change by eye and again this is just as pretty, but look how much. Those cells are smaller and you may also have noticed that I used this to rake it back because I find that with this particular piece on the end you can pull the resin towards you which is kind of interesting and this stroke here is exactly what was what he was doing? I just pulled it right towards me like I was raking the resin and one of the things you have to be careful with this one is how flat it is and it really obscures your view a little bit.
A little bit, I tend to almost touch, I mean touch the actual resin with the tip of this, so you have to be careful because everything we're trying to do, you don't want to burn yourself or burn yourself, start the fire. or drop your pieces now as you see now that this has been here a lot more of these have appeared so now I'm going to make a line and do the same thing with the flat end I'm going to point it down and then slowly turn it towards a side as I go down, so less resin this time, everyone is fine, one thing I need to learn while doing this is not to hit things, I always notice every time I put something in my videos when I'm talking about what it does a loud bang, so I apologize for that.
I have to get used to it, okay, so I'm going to start pointing straight down at this resin and I'm using the flat end piece and I'm just going to To do everything up high, now you can see the difference there and actually , it's easier to see in this one how it went both ways and I'll also say, as we're sitting here, cells will still appear. but it's a totally different look that if you're trying to do a beachy looking

wave

with a wave that's blowing in one direction, it really matters if you're aiming, if you're pointing your guns a little bit more to the sides and pushing them out like a salute, like that. that these are absolutely fun to make and fun to use and, go ahead, you know, give me some tips if you feel like I missed something when I was talking about tips in resin because when my experience with resin has been basically that Five Tips and I bought two different types of heat guns and I always find that keeping them at medium temperature works best for me, but if the resin doesn't move, let's say you've been sitting there, you were doing something. between trying to get things ready and it wouldn't move um or you didn't know, you let the resin sit there and your low or medium setting doesn't work, put it on high because it dilutes and that's the time when I use the temperature High is when I've been working a bit and the resin has been there for a while, so I'm going to do some close-ups of these. which you can see and I'll put everything like I put a little picture on the screen to remember which tip I used for which and then of course a lot the last line on each of these was it was just spinning. starting by pointing it down and then slowly turning the nozzle sideways these are actually really pretty so okay guys that's all I had today and I definitely have a lot of things in the works and I'll see you soon.

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