Ensure that all equipment required for the experiment (including electronic scales, beakers, glasses, etc.) is clean and tidy:
1. Take 100g of quartz stone below 40 mesh (0.1-0.3mm) and place it in a beaker (the volume of the beaker is 250 or 500ml) or a hard plastic cup. Soft plastic cups cannot be used.
2. Weigh the toner to the nearest 0.01g. The toner should be weighed on paper and added to the beaker after the weighing is accurate. If the formula requires several different toners, measure them separately, and add them to the beaker in order from the most to the least, and mix them with a clean glass round rod until they are uniform.
3. Take a 10*250px glass sheet, take out about one-third of the mixed toner and place it on the glass sheet, add 400 mesh quartz powder, stir evenly, add resin and stir until it is uniform. The amount of quartz powder and resin is added according to the base composition and the proportion of quartz sand.
4. Take a 2*125px glass sheet, apply the mixed color paste on its surface, and look through the glass to observe whether its color is consistent with the desired color. Then adjust the amount of each component until the required color stone is blended.
5. The experiment of small sample stone can be done only after the required color of the blending place.
6. When doing a sample experiment, the amount of mixing material is 5 times the actual amount required.