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How to Make Rubber Molds and Bioplastics (Part 1)

This is a two-part class on how to make rubber casting molds taught on day one and how to make biodegradable plastics on day two. The rubber casting molds will be made primarily for the bioplastic class but can be used with any kind of plastic or resin.

This class is ideal for small pieces especially miniatures used in the fantasy and war gaming or table top gaming genre. If you have a miniature piece and you want to duplicate it, then this is the right class for you. Let's say you are trying to build an orc, elf or warrior army you can start with one and make yourself lots of copies.

Casting is a lot of fun and is very rewarding to see your small pieces turn into multiple copies. And it really isn't that hard. You can be casting your own minis in no time at all with a few basic materials.

Please join us to the biodegradable plastics from scratch class taking place the following weekend.

Cost is $35 + $15 of materials (MakerBar members pay only $15). No computer or tools required. If you have a small piece you would like to duplicate, feel free to bring it as long as it does not exceed 3" x 3" x 3".

About your instructor:

Jamie Fundinger is a Dominican architect working actively in the construction industry.


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