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Duplicating Your Wood Carvings with ComposiMold and ComposiStone

Wood carvings are a great way to make the original shape that you are going to duplicate. Almost any wood carving can be duplicated using either ComposiMold or ImPRESSive Putty. This video demonstrates the process with ComposiMold-Original. Use either ComposiMold-Original, ComposiMold-Flex or ImPRESSive Putty.Start by sealing the wood. You can do this with Shellac, urethane [...]

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ComposiMold Review: Our Customers say it best!

ComposiMold has been used and reviewed by lots of amazing artists, crafters, and makers. What you come up with for projects is fascinating and educational. From really awesome candle molds to cake decorating with chocolate molds or fondant molds, it's great to see. Here are some examples of ComposiMold reviews by our customers:Here is a [...]

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Mold Making Material Tools for Making What You Want

Our goal: Give you the tools to duplicate anything and make what you want.How do we accomplish this? With the easiest mold making materials available.Impressive Putty: heat, press, and let cool. Yes. It is that easy. No mold box needed. No mold release needed for plastics, resins, low melt metals, or ComposiStone. Use our Plaster [...]

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Ten Most Compatible Casting Materials with ComposiMold

Here are some quick tips for the variety of casting materials you can use in a ComposiMold mold.These casting materials will also work great with ImPRESSive Putty.EPOXIES: Epoxy Resins, Putty, or ClayEpoxies work well for pieces up to 8 cubic inches. For larger castings of 8+ cubic inches, choose epoxies with longer cure times of [...]

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Urethane Resin Casting for Awesome Molds

Use either ComposiMold or ImPressive Putty for Urethane castings.Polyurethane resin casting in ComposiMoldUrethane resin in ImPRESSive PuttyQuick tip for success with urethane casting resins and ComposiMold:With ImPRESSive Putty, faster cure urethane casting resins work really well. The mold making putty can handle the higher temperatures of the fast cure urethanes. For ComposiMold, choose a urethane [...]

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5 Mold Making Techniques to Rule to World

How to Use Different Mold Making Methods The purpose of mold making is to duplicate your creations either in the same material the original is made in or into another material. But first you have to make your mold. The mold making process is very versatile, so you can choose how you do it based upon [...]

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ComposiMold is Your Tool for Duplicating Almost Anything

Mold making is a process that enables you to duplicate parts that are broken, add new parts in different materials, or just make more copies of an object, and ComposiMold re-usable mold making materials are the tools that allow you to duplicate what you want, when you want.Like a tool, like a saw, like a [...]

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How to get a smooth finish on your castings of 3-D parts

Smooth 3-D printed parts are difficult because of the way most 3D printers print. Each layer builds up on the previous layer so the printed part is a combination of lines or ridges. Smooth 3D printed parts make smoother, more finished castings. Whether you are making more parts in plastic, soaps,candles, or chocolate; smoother master [...]

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How to Make Your Own Fishing Lure, Any Shape

Soft bait fishing lures that you make yourself. With ImPRESSive Putty you can make your own soft bait (or hard bait) lures. The fishing lure kit comes with a non-PVC based polymer that can be colored with colorants or oil paints. Get your own Fishing Lure Kit at Soft Bait Lure Kit Check out the video [...]

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10 Most Commonly Asked Mold Making Questions

Mold making is defined as the process of duplicating other objects through the use of molds. To make molds you can use a variety of techniques and materials. We thought we would answer some of the most frequently asked questions on mold making here as it relates to mold making, ComposiMold, and ImPRESSive Putty.How much [...]

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Why ComposiMold for Mold Making? Because it works