Hi. I have been trying to get my hands on some milliput but all I can find so far at Canadian stores that seems similar is an epoxy putty called FreeForm. Has anyone used it before? I want to use putty to refine the shape of some peps I am working on. From its description I think it would work but I thought I would ask if anyone has used it before I get some. Here's the product description:
Free Form Air Epoxy Putty Quart Kit 1.8Lbs (799779)
Free Form® is an extremely lightweight epoxy putty suitable for an infinite variety of industrial and art-related applications. This is a low-odor, low shrinkage putty that is unique, inexpensive and easy to use. Free Form® is mixed by hand with a 1A:1B by volume mix ratio. It offers a long working time and cures overnight at room temperature to a hard, rigid epoxy that is very strong with modeling board-like properties. Cured Free Form® is so lightweight, it will float in water. It can be sanded, shaped, drilled, tapped and CNC machined/routered. It will readily accept any paint. Free Form can also be color pigmented with SO-Strong® or Ignite® colorants.
After mixing, Free Form® can be pressed into a mold to make a lightweight, detailed casting. It will hold vertical surfaces and can be applied to almost any surface including polystyrene foam for rough sculpting. Free Form® putty can also be used to make rigid support shells or mother molds.
Epoxy Laminating; Laminate Free Form® putty in between layers of EpoxAmite® Laminating Epoxy and fiberglass cloth, carbon or other fiber for making lightweight composite parts. Eliminates the need to make multiple layers of laminating with liquid epoxy; saves time and labor.
Epoxy Tooling Applications use as a filleting material. Also good for jig and fixture construction.
Used as a lightweight adhesive, Free Form® will bond to itself and a variety of surfaces including wood, stone and EpoxAcoat® Red surface coat epoxy. Free Form will even cure under water.
Pot Life/Working Time; this material is mass sensitive. The more material you mix at one time, the less time you have to work with it. Working tip,; If mixing a large quantity, flatten putty with a rolling pin to reduce mass concentration and extend pot life.
Thickness; 1.5 inch (3.81 cm) pot life is 30 minutes, handling time is 2.5 hours, full cure in 24 hours.
Thickness; 3/8" (0.95 cm) pot life is 60 minutes, handling time is 4 hours, full cure in 24 hours.
Thickness; 1/8" (0.32 cm) - pot life is 120 minutes; handling time is 8 hours, full cure in 24 hours.
Any info on how good this putty is would be helpful. Thanks!