So when it it heats up again, the chemical process starts up again? No problem?
Taking it a bit further, if I work in a cold room laminating parts and heat the part later, the process will still kick in at 100% (or as well as if I worked at a constant 20degC)?
I have used this technique with catalyzed products many times.
Usually with paints such as Imron, Awlgrip, DP40, and misc. epoxies. I found that by putting the unused portions in the refer I could keep them for a week or two and then use them with good results.
However, I am not sure the chemical properties are as good as with a normal cure. I never saw problems but nothing I did was structural in nature.
I wonder if structural expoxies might be compromised somewhat by doing this.