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Posted by Dustin Andrews on September 21, 2014 at 1:39pm 3 Comments

I am new to the forum, not so new to BLUE.....I hope to share my experience in the trade and appreciate the opportunity to learn from yours. I am a concrete junkie and BLUE is our number one source for performance products. Some of you know my…

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Started by Dan Hodgson in Manufacturing Techniques. Last reply by Jon Schuler 5 hours ago. 4 Replies

I,m just wondering , Some time ago there was a bit of talk about diamond antiquing brushes . Seems they'd leave a nice honed surface to apply ict . Anyone still trying these and to what grit . ThxContinue

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The lot #s are date codes right?  I got 3 different lot #s on three buckets of Flows 420.  35330, 34808, 33198Jon explained this to me once but my brain is already in weekend mode.  Anyone know the formula off hand?Continue

Braxton Bragg

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Braxton Bragg is blowing out a few of their demo tools if anyone's interested...DS 301 for $1126Flex LCP-1703-VR $1583Flex LE12-3  $283Makita PW5001C  $265Continue

Heated Countertops

Started by Liz & Tony Canberra ACT in In the Beginning. Last reply by Duncan Susag on Friday. 9 Replies

I would like to do a heated countertop for a client coming up. Its a large island countertop ( 3500mm x 1000mm x 30mm with a cut out for a large sink in the centre frontI have found what would work and its thin enough not to cause any structural…Continue

ECC clay mix with all acrylic fiber

Started by Jon Schuler in In the Beginning. Last reply by Jon Schuler on Thursday. 87 Replies

I have been really pushing the acrylic fibers lately, I wanted to see exactly how far I could push them and maybe get the ultimate balance between clay, strength, and trowel.Well I have found what I am extremely impressed with.  1% volume loading of…Continue

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dry polishing

Started by Ben in Manufacturing Techniques. Last reply by Ben Aug 22. 7 Replies

What is everyone using for dry polishing?  We usually do wet but I have a large reseal and wet wont work for this one.  Will be using our new 3-headed UFO which rocks so far.Continue

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EPIC 2015

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Smooth on vs Poly tec

Started by James McGregor in Manufacturing Techniques. Last reply by James McGregor Aug 20. 22 Replies

I need to order some more urethane rubber for making some re usable molds. I have used the Vita flex 40 in the past but never any of the Poly tec materials.Does anyone have any feedback on performance and prices for the two? Are there any other…Continue

Workshop Mix/"Wetcast" w/ BR Admix

Started by Zach Webb in Mix Design. Last reply by Zach Webb Aug 18. 2 Replies

Is anyone using the GFRC or ECC prelended admix with the Blue workshop mix?  If so, would you share your proportions?  I am loving the results and convenience using the admix for GFRC, and would like to use it for some sand/agg. 'wetcast' I am…Continue

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