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RE: REFLECTOR: Rubber mold material?

Go to a local jewelry making supply store that sells casting supplies.  They
sell a liquid compound that dries into a rubber mold in a few hours that can
then be used for multiple duplicates.
Merri Sanchez

> ----------
> From: 	Brian K. Michalk[SMTP:michalk@sisko.awpi.com]
> Sent: 	Monday, May 24, 1999 4:30 PM
> To: 	reflector@sisko.awpi.com
> Subject: 	REFLECTOR: Rubber mold material?
> I have some parts I want to copy, and I want to make them out
> of epoxy.
> I want to use some sort of a liquid that will cure to a rubber
> like consistency very similar to silicone sealant.  But I think
> silicone will take too long to cure.
> I want to create a mold from my parts.  After my mold is finished,
> I'll fill the rubber mold with epoxy and fibers to make my parts.
> I want to use a rubber mold so that the parts will come out 
> easily.  Does anyone have any suggestions for a rubberlike
> material that will cure overnight?
> -- 
> Brian Michalk  <http://www.awpi.com/michalk>
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