Rubber mold (3D flexible stencil mold) for making sandbags in 1/32-1/35 scale from polymer or epoxy plastic.
This highly demanded tool in modeling allows you to make any number of sandbags from polymer clay (DAS, Fimo, Jovi, Craft & Clay, Sculpey) or two-component plastic for modeling (such as green stuff, milliput, modelite) and make from them a fortification (dugouts, machine gun nests or other shelters) for your diorama, as well as supplement them with your models of armored vehicles.
Outperforms traditional silicone mold in durability and strength.
Instructions for use:
1. We place a piece of plastic on one side of the mold, previously moistened with water or oil. If necessary, rub it into the recess of the mold and into the protruding parts (the neck of the bag). A piece of plastic should protrude from the mold in a volume approximately equal to the counterpart of the mold
2. We close the halves of the form. For precise positioning, they have hemispherical locks. We compress the halves of the form well. Due to the fact that the form is rubber, it can be rumpled for maximum detail transfer to our sandbag
3. Open the form. If there was more material than the volume of the mold, then the excess will be squeezed out in the form of flash, which is easily removed with a collet knife or scalpel.
4. Without waiting for the polymerization of the material, we remove the bags from the mold. We put the resulting bags in a fortification, on a diorama or on armored vehicles, simultaneously giving the necessary shape (bend) or texture.
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