Living in Ohio the outside temperatures are all over the place. Right now it's in the low thirties. I have two small space heaters that I can direct the warm air on my stabilizing chamber and my pressure pot. I am using a 12 X 15 utility shed. Is it even worth the effort to try to stabilize and/or try to cast in my pressure pot?
Now I don't know what the exact effect the weather will have on the pressure pot as I don't own one (someone who has one please chime in!) but I do know that cold will effect making molds of any kind and casting resins. Cold will slow down the curing time (sometimes it does even more damage than that) and it's better to work in an environment that is around 70 degrees (consistently that temp if possible) to get good results. What are you trying to make?
You're welcome! That was a good move, you'll be able to control the environment more. Plus it will be easier to get motivated to work if it's closer to where you are the most. Or at least that's what happens to me. Happy making and don't feel shy about showing off your work or asking more questions here.