I want to hire someone to make duplicates (almost) of several cuttlebone casting that I have done. I say almost because I may want them to be a little thinner than the original. Obviously, it's the cuttlebone pattern that I want to keep.
What would be the best way to keep that pattern and produce 30-50 pieces at a time. Otherwise, I'll take all the I can get and hit a casting house in Boston or Providence,RI
Kathleen Your Idea of using a commercial caster in Providence
is probably the best way to go. You can call MJSA at 800 444
MJSA and ask for sugestions as to who does this type of work. As
for making your designs thinner I can only suggest that you have
a master mold made, take a wax from it then file down the back
unless you are willing to thin the origional (which might be the