Instructions:
How much epoxy resin do I need for a table?
1)  Measure the length and width of your table in square feet. 
2)  Enter the numbers into the calculator (the order doesn't matter) 
3)  Press Calculate 
4)  Now that you have the area in ft^{2}, choose a desired thickness of the epoxy resin layer (we generally recommend 1/8 of an inch). 
5)  Find the area you previously calculated in epoxy resin coverage chart (below) at the desired thickness to find the resin kit size you will need. 
Instructions:
This calculator is useful for calculating the volume of epoxy resin to mold or encapsulate an object in a rectangle or to calculate the amount of silicone needed to make your own mold.
Formula for the volume of a rectangle or square for mold making – Volume = Length x Width x Height
1)  Measure the length, width, and height of the rectangle you want to create or the mold box you want to form. 
2)  Enter your measurements in inches into the appropriate box 
3)  If you are looking to encase an object in epoxy in the shape of a rectangle, click calculate and use the volume to pick the appropriate sized kit for your project. 
4)  If you are making a mold, measure the length, width, and height of the object you want to mold. 
5)  Enter the measurements into the object boxes and click calculate. 
6)  This is the volume of silicone rubber you will need to make your mold. 
Instructions:
1)  Measure the radius and height of the cylinder you want to use as your mold box.

2)  Enter your measurements in feet into the appropriate boxes. 
3)  If you are looking to encase an object in epoxy in the shape of a cylinder, click calculate and use the volume to pick the appropriate sized kit for your project. 
4)  If you are making a mold, measure the radius and height of the object you want to make a mold out of. 
5)  Enter the measurements into the object boxes and click calculate.

6)  This is the volume of silicone rubber you will need to make your mold. 