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Polymer Clay Push Molds with ImPRESSive Putty, A Leaf and A Candle Holder

Polymer clay is a modeling clay that can be formed by hand or in these examples molded with molds. Polymer clay is well suited making art pieces and craft projects because the polymer clay is hardened in the oven to make reasonably sturdy finished parts. These “how to” tutorials demonstrate methods of forming the clay [...]

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5 Easy Casting Material Recipes That Make Great Castings with ComposiMold Molds

So the ComposiMold saying goes like this: Make more molds with 1 pound of ComposiMold than with 30 pounds of other mold making materials. This is because ComposiMold can be re-melted and re-used to make a new mold.But what about casting materials?Here we show you 5 recipes of casting materials that you can make yourself [...]

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Quick Guide to Making Your Own Chocolate Candy Bar Molds

I think it's a song by BTO...any chocolate is a good chocolate, so I ate what I could eat, oh baby..." that's right isn't it?You can make your own unique chocolate candy bar molds using ComposiMold. Each one can be unique. How about adding a flower to the top or the initials of the people [...]

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This is NOT for Making Silicone Molds

Have your ever tried to make your own silicone molds? If so, I'm sure you have made many a mold that did not work the way you wanted it to. Did your part float? Did you have bubbles? Did you want to make changes and realize that the silicone is a two part molding material [...]

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Historical Architecture Building Renovations with Re-usable Mold Making

Many older buildings feature beautiful and historical designs but require updates and restoration. To restore and preserve these fetatures and designs can be performed with our Re-usable Molding Materials. We were asked to support the historical renovations of some columns for a historical building nearby. Initially, the forms were going to be 3-D printed, but there [...]

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​New to mold making? How do you start making molds?

Mold making is a process that you use to duplicate other objects, but mold making will take some experimenting. The reason ComposiMold exists is because I used to make a lot of mistakes and I was frustrated at wasting my money on molding materials that I'd only use once.The mold making process is simple, but there are many different [...]

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We need your support for our Kickstarter: Food Safe, Eco-friendly, Re-usable Molding Putty

ComposiMold, the makers of re-usable mold making materials, is announcing today that it is raising funds to complete the development of the first food safe, re-usable mold making putty. This eco-friendly molding putty is designed to make the process of making your own chocolate molds easier than anything else available. With it you can duplicate [...]

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Silicone Molds from Oogoo vs. ComposiMold Molds

We want to compare ComposiMold Re-usable Mold Making Materials to the so-called cheap and easy silicone molding material that you can make from silicones found in your hardware store. These are sometimes called Oogoo. We’ve used them for casting in ComposiMold molds. But like most materials, they have some limitations and aren’t as cheap as they are made out [...]

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Mold Making Material Tools for Making What You Want

Our goal at ComposiMold: Give people 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 [...]

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Best Epoxy for Plastic

When making parts with ComposiMold, many people want to make plastic parts for toy Army Soldiers, jewelry making, toys, and more. Although many resins can be used, ComposiMold has worked to provide an epoxy to work specifically with ComposiMold products. The best epoxy for plastic parts in ComposiMold is our ComposiCast because it has been [...]

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Why ComposiMold for Mold Making? Because it works