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37743

Odor with Amazing Clear Cast

I was given 16 ounces of Amazing Clear Cast by Alumitite Corp. I was thinking of using it for water in a quick flowing stream on the layout. However, I've
gsc3
May 2
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37742

Re: Pepakura models

While its not casting, I’ve long thought that it would be possible to use the 3d gaming elements with Pepakura to have the start for laser-cutting, folding
Mike Bauers
Apr 30
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37741

Re: Pepakura models

Yes, it's a good product.
charlesanderson
Apr 29
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37740

Re: Pepakura models

It definitely has its uses, anything you can model in a supported 3D modeller will be able to be unfolded in Pepakura (registered version). Definitely worth
charlesanderson
Apr 29
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37739

Re: Pepakura models

Mike,I have the Viewer program and need someone with the Designer program to convert a file.  I like the Viewer. It's all you need if you just want to print
Howard
Apr 29
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37738

Re: Pepakura models

I’ve looked at it several times and had it on my list to get sorta soon. What do you think of the software? Best to ya, Mike Bauers Milwaukee, Wi ... I’ve
Mike Bauers
Apr 28
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37737

Pepakura models

Do anyone have the Pepakura Designer software?
middle076
Apr 28
#37737
 
37736

Re: Alumilite regular question

If it is cold it will slow down the cure time. During the winter I have a much slower cure than the summer but as for making it softer I couldn't say. David
ulfr_ericsson
Feb 28
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37735

Alumilite regular question

I have a little too much Alumilite regular. And while I like it's characteristics I find it a little to hard and fast curing for some applications. Anyone have
torobots
Feb 28
#37735
 
37734

Re: grinding siliconne??

Doc, That's what I thought I would do, afraid of ground mix getting on finished surface.Thx, George On Sunday, February 28, 2016 11:37 AM,
George Vergamini
Feb 28
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37733

Re: grinding siliconne??

On 2016-02-28 11:17, George Vergamini verg3317@... [casting] ... I ended up using the guts from an old paper shredder. Blades exposed and all. Just gotta
torobots
Feb 28
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37732

Re: grinding siliconne??

I've used an old blender and got good results because of the various speeds available and grinding time. However I have not used any in a mold yet. Should I
George Vergamini
Feb 28
#37732
 
37731

Re: grinding siliconne??

I use an old fashioned hand cranked sausage grinder after slicing down to chunks that fit the grinder feeder throat Please let me know if I can help you with
Minions Web
Feb 27
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37730

Re: grinding siliconne??

It seems to me that slicing with knives would be better than grinding with a meat grinder. If it were my problem, I'd be inclined to pick up a spare blender
Bruce .
Feb 27
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37729

White metal spin casting

Is there anyone in the group who does white metal spin casting? I have a customer that needs stuff done, but can't find someone who does this. Please email me
jrstudioboss
Feb 16
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