When it comes to hardening resin, the most common method is to use ultraviolet (UV) light. UV lights and UV resin emit rays similar to those of the sun, which can quickly and effectively cure windshield repair resin. If you're short on time and need to repair a crack or chip as soon as possible, you can use a UV lamp to reduce drying time to less than a minute. In addition to ultraviolet light and hardening substances, other methods for curing the resin include the use of temperature and certain solvents.
A more recent technique is the use of blue light for small models. These different methods can cure various types of resins, glues, and inks. If you don't have access to UV light, there are still ways to cure resin without it. One method is to use a heat gun or a hair dryer to apply heat to the resin.
This will speed up the curing process and help the resin to cure evenly. Another popular way to cure resin prints without UV light is to cure them with sunlight. This provides a practical and inexpensive method for curing resin prints with natural sunlight.