Has anybody ever used one of the food vacuum preserver systems to eliminate bubbles in clear resin casting?
I was flipping through the channels the other day and came upon the Ronco (Oh, Ron Popeil! What will you invent next?!?) food vacuum. It comes with cannisters to put food in and the vacuum sealer attaches to that cannister via a hose.
Watching a few minutes of this infomercial gave me the idea.
Would this work? I can get one locally at Meijer, but I was kinda looking for some feedback about this before I went out to plunk down money on an idea that won't work.
It seems to me that the vacuum should do it seeing as how its supposed to eliminate air, but I know the traditional method for eliminating bubbles in clear resin is a pressure pot.
HIT ME UP PEOPLES!!!!