This instructable will also show how to make a mold using Oogoo and how to cast Oogoo in an Oogoo mold.
The short video shows the Frisbee flying and hitting glass.
Step 1: Materials
Corn starch-found in grocery store.
Linseed based oil paint from an art store
Naphtha solvent-found in hardware stores
Or Citrus Solvent from: http://www.dwellsmart.com/Products/Lumber-and-Wood-Products/Citrus-Solvent
Can of spray lacquer-found in hardware stores.
100% Silicone caulk- found at Walmart for about $3.
Caulk gun found at Walmart
Small paint brush
Plastic mixing cup
Frisbee or pie tin or plate to use as a pattern for the mold.
Step 2: How It Works
Oogoo is an inexpensive, easy to use silicone clay that can be cast into a flexible Frisbee that is thin and light. As the step 2 pic shows, Oogoo has incredible shape memory and even when compressed will bounce back to its original form.
The cast Frisbee is thin and floppy, but when it is set to spinning in a toss, it regains the original shape of a Frisbee. It is a little trickier to throw, but it has similar flight characteristics to a regular Frisbee.
For more details on the uses of Oogoo see here: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Your-Own-Sugru-Substitute/