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YOU CAN CAST ACCURATE TIN REPLICAS OF OBJECTS USING SUGRU Please vote! vote! vote! vote! vote! Do it! :) (This is in a contest, you know! :D) Make sure to ...
You will need: -Sugru! -Object to make a mold of -Mineral Oil -Tin Solder (or lead*) Make sure it's not acid core. If you use acid core, you ...
Sugru is very sticky. You need it to release from the object you are molding, so oil the object in question. You'll only need a little bit of oil on ...
Make an incision around the perimeter of the mold with an Xacto knife. Gently pull out the object, the Sugru could tear if you're rough... and that's something to avoid. Once ...
In my experience with casting metal in silicone, molds need to be broken in. Your first few casts will probably be failures, but the more you cast the better the ...
Now I did this because I wanted to show you that metal casting in Sugru CAN be done. If I spent more time use the mold, then my results would ...
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