All Resins

45 products

    45 products
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 1.2L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 1.2L Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 1.5L Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 15L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 2.4L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 2L Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 30L Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 3L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 3L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 400ml Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 4L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 600ml Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 6L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 6L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 6L Kit
    Art Resin Epoxy - 750ml Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 8L Kit
    from $280.00
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Fast - 9L Kit
    from $315.00
    JR Art Resin 2:1 - Part B Hardener ONLY - 500mls
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 20L Kit
    ArtCast Epoxy Resin - Slow - 40L Kit
    Classic Resin Art Starter Kit
    Ultimate Resin Art Starter Kit
    Resin Casting Starter Kit
    OceanCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 10L Kit
    OceanCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 5L Kit
    OceanCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 2L Kit
    OceanCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 1L Kit
    DiamondCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 2L Kit
    DiamondCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 10L Kit
    from $460.00
    DiamondCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 1L Kit
    DiamondCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 5L Kit
    DiamondCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 20L Kit
    ArtCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 10L Kit
    from $348.00
    ArtCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 1L Kit
    ArtCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 20L Kit
    ArtCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 2L Kit
    ArtCote 1:1 Epoxy Resin - 5L Kit
    Ocean Resin Art Starter Kit
    Classic Resin Art Starter Kit

    Artists Choose The Best Epoxy Kits

    Just Resin offers a wide range of Epoxy Resins, including coating resins, casting resins, thin, thick, fast, slow, cells or no cells, soft and hard. We understand it can be confusing to choose between so many resin systems when you're new to resin art. When you have so many options at Just Resin, it can be difficult to choose the right resin for your resin craft project. The type of resin you need for your resin project depends on the surface or mould that will be in contact with it. We recommend researching and experimenting with the different types of Just Resin epoxy systems before deciding on a final resin kit. Each of your  resin projects should have its own unique look and feel, so it's worth considering all the resin system options available to make sure you create something special! By taking time to learn about each Just Resin system you can ensure that your resin looks and functions exactly how you imagined it would.

    Epoxy Resin comes in a variety of formulations at Just Resin, each with its own set of properties and uses. Coating resins are typically used to protect surfaces from wear and tear while giving a wet, glass high gloss finish, while casting resins are ideal for creating strong, durable pieces. Thin resins are great for delicate applications, while thick resins can be used to create heavier, more substantial pieces. Fast-curing resins are perfect for quick projects or many layer pours, while slow-curing resins allow for more time to work with the material and will allow for deeper/thicker layers. Some resins can also create cells, seafoam or unique visual effects, while others do not. Soft resins are often used for mirror or glass pouring applications or projects that need scratch resistance, while hard resins are more suited for encapsulation and other uses where a strong, rigid material is needed. 

    Choose Your Epoxy Resin Kit Australia

    Just Resin is a leading supplier of epoxy resin kits online in Australia. Our wide range of resin kits are perfect for creating stunning works of resin art. Being one of Australia's best resin art suppliers we stock epoxy that are easy to use and come with everything you need to get started. Our epoxy range covers a variety of applications, from coating and protecting surfaces to making decorative items. All products come with detailed instructions for easy application and require minimal preparation or special tools. Combine our products with your creative ideas for an exciting finished product! We provide the highest-quality resins available on the market that are great value for money; you won’t be disappointed! Our expert team is always here to help should you have any questions while using our epoxy resin kits. 

    DiamondCote is the best top coat for resin art

    DiamondCote is our most premium epoxy resin kit, it cures the fastest out of the premium coating epoxy systems we offer, and it’s the hardest once cured. All our premium resin products are 1:1 ratio for easy measuring, and it will create great effects cells, sea foam, it works in all weather conditions, it’s the glossiest and has the best air release out of all of our resin systems. The 1:1 ratio systems are purely artistry systems, as epoxy systems are 2:1 ratio by nature, this is purely to simplify the mixing ratio for the artist.

    OceanCote designed specifically for ocean resin art

    Our OceanCote is our thickest viscosity system. Which make it ideal for all weather conditions and with warmer/humid climates this is where this product thrives, as ambient temperature increases epoxy will lower in viscosity and will cure a lot quicker, that's why OceanCote has a very long pot life of up to 80 mins and is very high in viscosity. As some artists prefer to wait for there epoxy to thicken by mixing parts A and B then waiting 20-30 minutes the resin will start to cure it will thicken and over time it will become a solid, so if time correctly you can wait for it to thicken and this will create unique effects like the sea foam, cells. As OceanCote is already very thick in viscosity there is no hassle or need to wait making this product very hassle free while effortlessly creating cells and effects like the pros. 

    ArtCote helps you save on resin costs

    Compared to OceanCote, ArtCote is a hybrid of DiamondCote and OceanCote. As a result, it will produce similar effects, but not quite as good as OceanCote. In addition, ArtCote cures quicker than OceanCote as OceanCote is 70-80 min pot life and ArtCote is 50-70 mins. In general, the quicker resin cures, the less time it has to move, so a quicker pot life means less runoff in the project. A thicker system also means less runoff. ArtCote is a less expensive product compared to others in our range and doesn’t perform as well in hotter/humid conditions.

    Art Resin is our thinnest epoxy resin system

    Art Resin is our lowest viscosity system with a mixing ratio of 2:1 by volume. It will perform well in colder weather and has excellent movement. No need for heat guns or butane torch as this product will move with ease. Art Resin is our cheaper artistry system, making it ideal for large pours, in-between layers, base coats or even for its unique effects to perfect the craft, it is also friendly on the wallet. Art Resin can create a very unique effect that can only be achieved with a very low viscosity resin. So you can do a variety of different types of work and you will get a great finish with a high gloss.

    ArtCast Slow and Fast Epoxy Resin made for Casting

    The low viscosity of ArtCast Slow and Fast prevents them from being used for coating, as it will run off if attempted; however, this can still be achieved by using the dam method. ArtCast is a 3:1 ratio for slow and a 5:1 ratio for fast, which are considered industrial ratios, which is why it is so strong. With a shore D of 86-90, ArtCast is one of the hardest epoxy systems on the market, and is capable of breaking concrete if used as a hammer. The quick curing speed of ArtCast Fast restricts it to small casts, up to 200mls maximum as more volume will create additional heat that produces bubbles, discoloration, and even cracks - all of which detract from the desired outcome. On the other hand our ArtCast Slow can manage just under 1 litre. As our RiverPour has a lengthy curing time of 8-12 hours allows for larger pours ranging from 3 litres to 100 litres plus. 

    How do I use epoxy resin for art?

    At Just Resin our resins are versatile that can be used for a variety of applications used in resin artwork. Our customers often request ways to use our different epoxy resins for art. Here at Just Resin our team or resin artists can assist you with all your enquiries and concerns. We find one of the most popular uses for our epoxy resins is for coating or as a resin top coat. Our resins can be applied to surfaces such as wood, metal, or glass to create smooth, artistic and durable finishes. Epoxy is also often used as a casting material, due to its ability to set quickly and achieve a high level of detail. When mixed with colourants such as epoxy pigments or embedded with small objects, it can be used to create beautiful sculptures or delicate jewellery pieces. 

    The Just Resin range of epoxy resin systems comes in a variety of formulations, each resin kit is designed for specific purposes. There are fast-setting resins that are ideal for quick projects, and slow-setting resins that allow for more time to work with the material. No matter what type of project you're working on, there's epoxy resins at Just Resin that's perfect for the job.

    Which Epoxy Resin should I use?

    When choosing epoxy resins from Just Resin, you need to consider a few factors. 

    The first thing you need to consider is your project type before you choose your epoxy. Epoxy is great for many different types of projects and at Just Resin we have formulated kits specifically for applications such as art, crafts, jewellery, and more.  Good quality epoxy resins are more expensive than other cheaper inferior types of resin, but the quality is worth the investment because of its versatility and resistance to weather and UV light. Curing time is the final consideration in your resin kit choice. Different formulations of epoxy take longer to cure than other types. Just Resin offers a wide variety of art and craft resins. Some of our most popular resin kits include DiamondCote, OceanCote, ArtCote and ArtCast. The epoxy resin kits all have a different formula, so please read the labels carefully before purchasing. For larger projects take a look at our bulk resin supplies so not to run short during pours.

    Resins for Art: What is it?

    We manufacture epoxy resins that are commonly used in the art world. Our epoxy resin systems contain two parts, a base and a hardener, which are synthetic resins. When these two parts base and hardener are mixed together, they create a hard, durable material that looks fantastic and can be coloured and further customised during the mixing and pouring process.

    Artists often use epoxy resin to create sculptures or other three-dimensional objects. The art resin can be moulded and shaped into almost any form, making it ideal for creating complex designs and larger projects. Additionally, all our epoxy resins are clear, meaning it can be used to create interesting optical effects. For example, by embedding objects into the resin, artists can create unique sculptures that appear to float in midair. Overall, the great range of Just Resin epoxy resins is a popular choice for artists who are looking to create unique three-dimensional designs.

    Where To Buy Epoxy Online?

    Just Resin is the leading supplier of epoxy resin art supplies. We carry a wide range of epoxy resins in stock online, resin art tools and accessories to suit any resin project or budget. Just Resin has the right epoxy resin solution for you. Our great range of resins online allows users to purchase by volume, weight or size so you can get exactly what you need without overspending on materials. We also provide access to a resin calculator to aid in your purchase requirements. 

    If you need help with epoxy resin, or if you need some advice on where to start visit us online today at if you need assistance.

    What are the benefits of a fast-curing epoxy resin?

    Being artists ourselves we know it can be difficult to decide which epoxy resin is best for your project. The curing time of the resin should be taken into account when selecting the right one: if your project requires many layers then a fast-curable resin would be ideal to cut out the down time waiting for each layer to cure, while if you have a project that requires larger pours or just want to go at a slow pace then choosing a slow-curing epoxy resin would be more suited.

    What are the benefits of slow-curing epoxy resins?

    We know the type of casting resin you select will be determined by the complexity of the project you are carrying out. If intricate details are required, slow curing epoxy is best as it gives you extra time to handle it. It is also ideal for thicker multiple layer projects. On the other hand, faster curing resins are better for many thin layers. There is an extensive range of epoxy resins available at Just Resin - ensure you read labels thoroughly in order to pick the most suitable option.