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Thermaplast


#1

I purchased some plastic that melts in hot water and can be formed
when warm, then becomes hard again. This was several years ago and
now I can’t remember the name of the company or find the invoice. I
thought it was Thermaplast but can’t find anything on the Web that
sounds similar. Does anyone have the name, phone, URL, or any
on this company? Thanks.


#2

I have a product which I bought YEARS ago called "Friendly Plastic,"
which was available in art supply stores, and it sounds like the item
you are describing. David Barzilay, Lord of the Rings


#3

Diane, Frei and Borel sells something called plastiform their number
is 510 832-0355. I have it in the studio but have not used it. I
am promising to try it this week as well as starting up my kiln.

Jerell


#4

Try Protoplast instead of thermaplast. It is made by WFR/Aquaplast
Corp 30 Lawlins Park Wyckoff, NJ 481-1443 1-800-526-5247 web.
www.WFR/Aquaplast.com I think that is it if not run a search engine…
Frank Goss


#5

Rio Grande sells this, or something very like it, as Jett-Sett

Suzanne


#6

Hi Diane, The company Twain Manufacturers (Pty) Ltd. has a product
(Code TSW3) which has the properties you require. It is used for
sculpturing and model making. More info: www.maxpages.com/twainwax
Regards Ed.