Thursday, October 27, 2016

Keith Pruitt of Hobby Merchandiser Magazine Writes Great Article Highlighting ComposiMold's Reusability

Keith Pruitt, writer for Hobby Merchandiser Magazine, explores the ComposiMold line of Mold Making Materials and hits the re-usable nail on the head!

"Quite often, more experienced modelers will scratch-build parts or assemblies, and when they need duplicates, they will cast them in resin to use for one or more projects. While silicone and latex materials are the most common molding material, they do have some drawbacks. Once a mold is created, it cannot be altered and the slightest flaw will show in the finished, potentially malformed, parts. Since that mold would be cast aside or thrown away, casting begins to become cost-prohibitive as new materials must be used for each mold. Because ComposiMold products are designed to be used multiple times, simply by melting the mold and going through the mold-making process again, molds can be recreated time and again until an accurate and acceptable version is ready for casting. With only the needed amount used each time, and the possibility of melting and reusing the material, there is no waste." Keith Pruitt

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  1. Because ComposiMold products are designed to be used multiple times, simply by melting the mold and going through the mold-making process again, molds can be recreated time and again until an accurate and acceptable version is ready for casting.plastic injection molding 

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