Dear Elaine in Chicago
Quick-Sil makes wonderful separation molds, especially when
used with our new Mold Separation Cream (send me your shipping
address and I’ll gladly send you a free sample.)
The only problem is that Quick-Sil, being soft, deforms in the
mold frame when you press it and thus the location of the parting
line is a little hard to control. But it depends on the mold, the
piece being molded, etc.
One way around that is to make one half of the mold, let it
cure, treat it with separation cream and then finish the mold
As you might have guessed, separation molds using Quick Sil
require a bit of experimentation. But it works well and easily.
F.E. Knight, Inc., 120 Constitution Blvd., Franklin, MA 02038 |
508/520-1666 FEKnight@ziplink.net |