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DaveChaos

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Did some more mould making this week and I made a fatal error in the process. I forgot to add registration pins into the mould! Bummer...

anyway I tried the mould regardless and managed to get a few parts out of it relatively successfully.

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On a more positive note the .44 special rounds look pretty good! I'm just waiting for the inert primers to arrive and then I can finalise those. They should look the business once together as most Dummy bullets have a used Primer. so I think unused/inert ones should look spot on.

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userd1402

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I’m fascinated by the process of pouring hot metal into silicone or rubber moulds. What compound do you use to withstand those temperatures?
 

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DaveChaos

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I’m fascinated by the process of pouring hot metal into silicone or rubber moulds. What compound do you use to withstand those temperatures?

I have 3 options that I like, There is Mold Max 60. It stinks and makes a huge mess, its also prone to tearing so you cant mould anything complicated but when it works its very effective.
The next is the traditional Rubber moulds that I use for the spin casting. These are made with a process of vulcanization and are lovely to work with.
The 3rd option is Mould Star 30 and by far my favourite to work with, its easy to mix, not to messy and quite forgiving compared to Mold Max 60.
 

DaveChaos

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I made a new mould yesterday but I cant open it until Monday so in the mean time I had a go at making the Cylinder bushing and the under barrel peg. I originally attempted to cast them in Pewter but that was a no go.

Sooo I got myself a desktop Lathe, I mean why nor right? lol

Never used a Lathe before so I watch many hours of tutorial videos on YouTube and set to work this morning.
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Quite happy with those! :D
 
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eethan

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so cool that you bought a lathe, this is going to change your life and give you so many new possibilities for your offerings! enjoy :)
 

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