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Use WSF as a mold? [message #70723] Sun, 30 June 2013 02:08 UTC Go to next message
avatar le_squoggle  is currently offline le_squoggle
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I was wondering if anyone has used WSF as a mold for resin casting. I know that the surface is porous and gritty, but with enough wax/release, do you think I could cast 2 part polyurethane (smooth-on) resin into a multi-part mold. For the application I am considering, I think producing a rigid mold would be better than printing my positive and making silicone molds.
Re: Use WSF as a mold? [message #70725 is a reply to message #70723 ] Sun, 30 June 2013 05:07 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar denali3ddesign  is currently offline denali3ddesign
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Have you seen this? http://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/1707-instructable-how -to-make-a-3d-printed-mold.html


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Re: Use WSF as a mold? [message #70726 is a reply to message #70725 ] Sun, 30 June 2013 06:10 UTC Go to previous message
avatar le_squoggle  is currently offline le_squoggle
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Thanks, that's full of the info I want! I have so many ideas if I can trim my molds light enough to afford them!

 
   
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