Skip to content


Ryver R-Cast 2.0

UV Casting Epoxy - Designed by woodworkers!

R-Cast 2.0 is designed for mass casting like river tables, charcuterie boards and any other artistic project. RC2 can be used for pours greater than 1/2″ (1.3cm) and up to 2.5″ (5cm) taking volume into account.

  • Improved cure time, 3-5 days
  • Clear and bubble-free.
  • Anti-yellowing UV resin
  • Improved hardness adapted to the movements of the wood.
  • Solvent-free
  • Food safe! Once catalyzed, the resin meets FDA requirements for food contact.

The use of fans is strongly recommended for thick castings.

Technical Data Sheet


  • In case of freezing: The molecules of part A tend to agglomerate in cold weather, which has the effect of creating the formation of crystals/sediment in the bottom of the container (the epoxy has a blurred appearance). It is essential to heat the containers in a water bath until the temperature of the product reaches 55°C (130F). Following this procedure, the product will become completely liquid. Please note that no replacement or compensation will be granted. It is the responsibility of the user to check the condition of the product before each use. See crystallization document
  • R-CAST2.0 should be kept in a dry place between 15°C and 25°C ( 59F/ 77F), away from the sun and out of reach of children.
  • Resin and hardener should not be left in an open container.
  • It should not be used when humidity is above 60% and when the temperature exceeds 25°C.
  • R-CAST2.0 should be used within one year of purchase.
  • Use a fan during high-mass castings to avoid any risk of exothermic reaction.


1- Use a plywood or melamine sheet and cover it with red or blue Tuck tape.
2- Assemble side and seal corners with silicone to make it 100% leakproof. Clean the excess and let it dry before pouring.

Wood preparation
3- Remove bark and clean any residues to ensure a perfect bond between wood and epoxy. Wood moisture MUST BE under 12% (Kiln dry).
4- For clear pours, we recommend to seal the edges with a thin coat of R-Epoxy (let it dry 24hrs and lightly sand for a perfect bond).
5- Assemble wood pieces as desired in prepared mold. Use clamps to hold the pieces in the bottom of the mold. Keep in mind that wood floats!

Epoxy preparation
6- Mix the required amount of epoxy for at least 5 minutes. Mix counter clockwise to minimize bubbles.
7- If necessary, add pigment and mix for another 3 minutes.
8- Pour your mix in your mold.
9- Room temperature must be 21°C ( 70 F). To avoid exothermic reaction, use cooling fan for the first 24h.
10- Unmold project when the epoxy is hard to touch (approximately 4 to 5 days).
11- Flatten the surface with router or CNC.

Size: 1.5 Gal ( 5.7 L )
Original price $152.95 - Original price $709.95
Original price
$152.95 - $709.95
Current price $152.95

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review