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Author Topic: Casting "half-shell" hollow pieces from Epoxy Resin  (Read 420 times)
RJBowman
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« on: July 02, 2017, 05:12:34 am »

I was investigating techniques for a possible project to make cast-resin action figures. I had this technique in mind, but didn't know if it would work, and this video confirms that it does. Video is a little long, because the process is t little elaborate. I'm sure that other people on this forum could find uses for this method. The video was produced by a resin manufacturer; I have no connection to them.

Mold Making Tutorial: How to Make a Silicone Squish Mold for Casting a Plastic Model Car Body
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« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2017, 06:10:41 am »

I was investigating techniques for a possible project to make cast-resin action figures. I had this technique in mind, but didn't know if it would work, and this video confirms that it does. Video is a little long, because the process is t little elaborate. I'm sure that other people on this forum could find uses for this method. The video was produced by a resin manufacturer; I have no connection to them.

Mold Making Tutorial: How to Make a Silicone Squish Mold for Casting a Plastic Model Car Body


That's an awesome video.
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