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Online hawgthumper

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Spincasting plastic
« on: 02/09/21 17:09 UTC »
So I did this thing today. I’ve been toying with the idea of a spincast soft plastic mold for spincasting for a while now and finally did it today. The only thing I could think of was a Ned style worm. Anything longer just won’t work in a 9 inch mold. I can’t call it a complete success but it sort of worked. Let’s just say it’s a work in progress. I think I need some vents and it should be good. The only problem is it makes a hell of a mess in my machine. Think I’ll stick with injecting lol.

Offline Les Young

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Re: Spincasting plastic
« Reply #1 on: 02/09/21 18:29 UTC »
I'd like top have a spincast machine myself, but haven't really looked into it.

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Re: Spincasting plastic
« Reply #2 on: 02/09/21 21:35 UTC »
I'd like top have a spincast machine myself, but haven't really looked into it.
They”re great for pouring lead. Not so much for plastic lol.