wood flour filler, filleting blend thickener, epoxy additive
System Three System Three
  • wood flour filler, filleting blend thickener, epoxy additive

System Three Wood Flour Filler

Wood Flour is virtually finely cut sawdust. Excellent for creating glues and structural fillets. Brown in color, wood flour epoxy filler is good for glue joints and fillets for wood structures, and is also an excellent gap filler. Wood Flour is similar to WEST Systems 405 Filleting Blend filler.
This item is no longer available.
 The item was added to your wishlist.
 The item was added to your shop cart.
Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
1 quart equals 32 ounces
BRAND: System Three
Material: Epoxy
Type: Fillers
4.7 7

wood flour

5

Good with epoxy

Paul

San Diego

Yes

This is my second time ordering this product and will order.

5

Great product.

Mr. Nick

Northern Minnesota

Yes

No surprises here

5

Mix until the consistency of "peanut butter" and apply; make sure the mixture is thick enough, otherwise it will run. Tricks for application: use tongue depressors to create a smooth fillet, and a credit/hotel card to scrape away the excess material. I used this product for filleting a new interior to my 1965 Columbia Contender. I recommend using this product with Jamestown's one-pump epoxy/hardener system, it worked like a charm! I'm finishing the fillet work, about about 1/2 way through this bucket, it is more than enough for a 24' boat interior.

The Salty Lady

Minnetonka, MN

Yes

i would buy this product again without a sevond thought

5

Mix epoxy thouroughly prior to adding wood flour. Then add and mix small amounts and continue mixing until the desired consistancy is reached. Be sure to coat surfaces with mixed resin alone to prevent a starved joint. Sanding will take a bit of effort but it fairs pretty well.

Russ

Middleborough ,MA.

Yes

Wood Filler is the best to thicken epoxy

5

Nothing fills, mixes and adheres better than wood filler and epoxy to wood, fiberglass or other porous matterals. It can be screwed into, painted or used as structural material with no problems.

Keith the boater

North Smithfield, RI

Yes

a-ok

4

I found it to mix easily with west system epoxy, and worked well for thickening epoxy for fillets, gap filling and etc. Sands much more easily than colloidal silica when that level of strength is not paramount. It mixes up and dries to an unpleasant brown color, so don't plan to leave it barem, and clean as you go. I have not drilled it, and don't know how well it performs in holding screws. I would probably use colloidal silica in the instance of any structural fastener support, etc.....

small boat builder

clemson, sc

Yes

Easy to mix with epoxy

4

Wood filler is used to thicken epoxy for gluing and filleting. I find this product mixes better than others that I have tried. It is preferable to sanding dust which is just too coarse. It has adequate strength for gluing purposes.

Alan

Belhaven NC

Yes

System Three Wood Flour Filler

4.77

100.0

Related Items:
TotalBoat Blogs Live Tech Support Jamestown Forum Free Catalog