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  • a
    Succeeded in filling the pop. Everything was very cold and so mixing by hand was difficult. The top (to become bottom) is not level. It rises above the edges
    Message 1 of 3 , May 1, 2009
      Succeeded in filling the pop.
       
      Everything was very cold and so mixing by hand was difficult.
       
      The top (to become bottom) is not level. It rises above the edges by upto 5mm. Will have to sand it after it hardens. Knife is not working on it now.
       
      The cold temperature didnt slow the reaction that much. While mixing I wasnt sure if the thickening was due to powder added or hardening in progress. Poured it in while some flowabilty was still left. A minute delay and it would have been another wasted effort.
       
      Will leave it on mirror for 24 hours.
    • a
      It flow was like cone ice cream, not thick milk. ... From: a To: atm_free@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, May 01, 2009 2:59 . Subject: [atm_free] pop success
      Message 2 of 3 , May 1, 2009
        It flow was like cone ice cream, not thick milk.
         
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: a
        Sent: Friday, May 01, 2009 2:59
        Subject: [atm_free] pop success

        Succeeded in filling the pop.
         
        Everything was very cold and so mixing by hand was difficult.
         
        The top (to become bottom) is not level. It rises above the edges by upto 5mm. Will have to sand it after it hardens. Knife is not working on it now.
         
        The cold temperature didnt slow the reaction that much. While mixing I wasnt sure if the thickening was due to powder added or hardening in progress. Poured it in while some flowabilty was still left. A minute delay and it would have been another wasted effort.
         
        Will leave it on mirror for 24 hours.

      • Mark Holm
        That is about right. Some atm s recommend a more fluid consistancy, but the products are designed to be thick. You can quickly flatten the back by grinding it
        Message 3 of 3 , May 1, 2009
          That is about right. Some atm's recommend a more fluid consistancy, but
          the products are designed to be thick.

          You can quickly flatten the back by grinding it with a little water
          against a rough cement surface such as a sidewalk, driveway or road.
          The next rain will wash away the residue.

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