Limited Run Blade Runner 2049 - K's blaster....in Metal

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Matt009

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What about using Micro Marks TCR-40 Tire casting rubber? I have parts that I molded over a decade ago and they show no signs of deterioration. The dark marks are "glyphs" that I was using heated instruments to make impressions. That being said, the rubber can be dyed black and I just checked the originals (now 11 years old) and there is no sign of any deterioration (no brittleness or gumminess).
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DarthChrisDK

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Was some post deleted in this thread?
From this post and onwards, a lot of people said they wanted resin grills.
I recall that there was an option to go with either rubber og resin, which started that number of posts.

So now we all get rubber? :unsure:
 

Dakota

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Was some post deleted in this thread?
From this post and onwards, a lot of people said they wanted resin grills.
I recall that there was an option to go with either rubber og resin, which started that number of posts.

So now we all get rubber? :unsure:


To be fair, that was in Dec 2019... maybe he had forgotten about that? I am still on the resin train myself but at this point, I'd just be happy to have a blaster and the presentation case I paid for years ago.
 

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