Fortunately, resin can be dried without a UV light source. The sun can be an alternative source of UV light to cure your resin project, although the process can take a long time since the Sun's wavelength is outside the range that allows for a quick curing process of the resin.
No, UV glue cannot be cured without UV light.UV adhesives and resins require UV radiation to harden. Leaving the glue exposed to sunlight may seem like it will eventually harden, but this is not the case.
UV glue cures by exposure to light and not by temperature or other environmental conditions. To ensure that your objects are not damaged, you should always use a UV lamp or flashlight for faster and more uniform curing. When using a UV lamp or flashlight to cure your resin project, it is important to remember that the curing process is dependent on the intensity of the light source. The higher the intensity of the light, the faster the curing process will be. Additionally, it is important to note that different types of resins require different levels of intensity in order to cure properly. Therefore, it is important to read the instructions on your resin product before beginning your project. In conclusion, resin can be hardened without UV light, but it will take a long time and may not produce the desired results.
It is best to use a UV lamp or flashlight for faster and more uniform curing. Additionally, it is important to read the instructions on your resin product before beginning your project in order to ensure that you are using the correct level of intensity for your resin.