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RE: Silver,nickle plating info and molds
Original poster: "Luke" <Bluu-at-cox-dot-net>
Anyone ever tried making a mold for a toroid with this stuff?
I was thinkning one could use one of those ballons that get real long
for a toroid. Blow it up shape it in a ring then secure the ends. Make
a plaster of paris mold. Mold the plastic cut slash shape any
imperfections then have it chromed or something.
Just wondering if any one had the same thoughts?
From: Tesla list [mailto:tesla-at-pupman-dot-com]
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 10:31 AM
Subject: Silver,nickle plating info and molds
Original poster: "Allan Scott" <ascott16-at-cogeco.ca>
Look around you. Almost everything you see is made of plastic. Now with
these 16 formulas you can
make your own items, such as lamps, plaques, vases, toys, desk sets,
novelty items and more. It's an
endless list. The only requirement needed is a small space to work in, a
heater or stove. You need a
kettle or pan to heat the mixture in and a table or bench to work on.
dining table can be used.
This plastic is particularly adaptable for making molds and light
requiring low tensile strength
but very clear outline. It may also be used for making novelties and
ornaments. However, as this is
inflammable, do not use for ashtrays.
The name would convey the thought of plastic sulphur which is an
allotropic for of sulphur,
this is not the case. The sulphur acts as a bond to hold the filler
together and form a stable material.