Small bubble wrap is great for shipping such fragile waxes. Do you
have a mold or do you need to have one made? If you need one made or
you want to make it yourself, I would use either tin cured (cheaper
but a mold life of only about 10 years) of platinum burred (more $$
for the mold material but near forever life of mold). Silicon will
give you the greatest detail capture and silicons release from wax
better than any other mold material. Do you have a wax injector? If
so inject them yourself, if not, either get an injector or have it
I make molds, either cut of poured in 2 separate pours, I do have a
hand injector but usually use the pressure pot to make waxes. What
sort of wax do you want the pieces to be injected in, , hard
(crispy but detailed work can be done) or “rubbery” or “plasticity”,
a bit harder to do some work on but not as easy broken - I like the
harder waxes, Sierra Red I my wax of choice - not available anymore
but I likely have over 50 pounds of it).
Call if you are interested in me doing any of this work of you.
West Washington State.