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37815

Re: MOLD FOR ALUMINUM CASTING

Thanks Jimi, for your feedback. question wich groups are the options instead of yahoo groups for casting mathers purposes. thanks a lot JoseLuis
maximo64
Sep 18
#37815
 
37814

Re: Casting a copy of my gas pump

Hi Lee, The casting itself wouldn't be that much of a problem. I don't know how the low melt temp metals would hold up as a knob though in regular use,
areibel
Sep 18
#37814
 
37813

Re: MOLD FOR ALUMINUM CASTING

Yes. Agree. I have several groups I'm a member of but it seems to get harder and harder to actually use Yahoo groups. A long period of time I could use it on
Tim Parnell
Sep 18
#37813
 
37812

Re: MOLD FOR ALUMINUM CASTING

If you expect Yahoo groups to survive, whatever name Verizon gives it, expect carefully targeted advertising and a lot more of it.  That's where the money
Ed Weldon
Sep 17
#37812
 
37811

Re: MOLD FOR ALUMINUM CASTING

Hi J:Luis - It looks like he's using some kind of reusable cement or plaster mold. I've seen them made like a sand mold with provisions to make it light
alco_jimi
Sep 17
#37811
 
37810

MOLD FOR ALUMINUM CASTING

Hi Guys, does anyone know how to build this kind of moulds.?. Thanks in advance for all coments. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Oq3MY6tG6c
maximo64
Sep 15
#37810
 
37809

Re: Casting a copy of my gas pump

... Sort of depends on how you want to handle this. Some people like to use this kind of problem as an excuse learn new things and buy more stuff. But walking
torobots
Sep 4
#37809
 
37808

Re: Casting a copy of my gas pump

I am a super dummy to casting.  I am a ham radio guy that has a fairly expensive old ham transceiver from the 60s.  It has a broken knob and it is
Lee Bahr
Sep 4
#37808
 
37807

Re: Casting a copy of my gas pump

Hello David! I have had good luck with products from Smooth on, particularly this one- https://www.smooth-on.com/products/mold-star-15-slow/
areibel
Sep 4
#37807
 
37806

Casting a copy of my gas pump

Good afternoon all, I have been a member of this group for quite some time but this is the first time I have posted to the group. I have a question about
railroadnut_ca
Sep 4
#37806
 
37805

Re: Does silicone caulk bond to quartz sand?

What if you attach small "T" posts to the wooden frame, by the base of the "T's" (or use flat-headed carriage bolts), and pour/extrude a layer of silicone onto
Mike
Jun 11
#37805
 
37804

Re: Does silicone caulk bond to quartz sand?

... Ok, but different materials seem to embed better than others. My problem is that after the silicone hardens, I can still feel loose glass / sand inside the
alt.j1-comaczhy@jetable.fr.nf
Jun 6
#37804
 
37803

Re: Does silicone caulk bond to quartz sand?

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Don Matthews
Jun 6
#37803
 
37802

Re: Does silicone caulk bond to quartz sand?

OK, I've been reading these messages for a while, and have some slightly different ideas to help his process. First, as I understand it, you are trying to keep
Ted Quick
Jun 6
#37802
 
37801

Re: Does silicone caulk bond to quartz sand?

Assuming that I didn't, are you implying the crushed glass would bond to the silicone caulk if 99.5% ethyl alcohol is used for degreasing, with the glass dust
alt.j1-comaczhy@jetable.fr.nf
Jun 6
#37801
 
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