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This Instructables will show you how to make a very cool Vacuum Former box for just about $30!
Pegboard 1/2" Plywood 2x4 Duct Tape .02 Polystyrene Oven Shop Vac 2x2
To start out make a square frame out of the 2x4, mine was 22"x 24"
Now take your 1/2" Plywood and cut out a square 24"x26" next cut two 3"x 24" pieces and two 3"x 26 pieces. Take the 2x2 and cut 4 ...
Take the 4 2x2's and screw them from the bottom of the 24"x26" base then take the four 1/2" sides and screw them on.Take the pegboard and screw ...
I ordered mine from http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?sku=43330&catid=715 the actual plastic is cheap but shipping is an arm and a leg. If you can find polystyrene anywhere else .02 to .04 inches ...
Take what ever object you want to mold and place it in the center of the pegboard box. Turn your oven to broil and let it heat up. ...
I have made a Light Saber, and Iron Man Mask (Which I will soon make a tutorial for)
Say you molded something but it didn't come out just right and you want to try again. Wait for the plastic to cool then put it back in ...
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