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10/01/2020 at 22:38
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Hi Chaster,
Yes it’s doable.

Only, this has to be a super duper smooth, bubble-less, concrete. And it has to have holes for the threaded rods that are going to mate the two parts of the mold together.

But yes, it’s a nice idea, thanks !
Kind Regards

starter
09/01/2020 at 13:16
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Hi Chaster, and thanks for your note !

Yes I think that’s what I’m gonna do. I just wanted to avoid the extra cost of stock material for the testing and prototyping phases. That’s why I was wondering if it was possible to make the molds out of wood.

Thanks again

Kind Regards

starter
07/01/2020 at 23:21
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Hell Yeah !

V4 is a massive breakthrough ! How could I’ve missed it out !?!?? Sorry about that…

I’ve browsed different sections like “how to” and “Academy” and it seems like I gonna have to dive into metal working. Since I’m more a 3d modeling guy I always let the digital fabrication machines do the job for me, but I guess it’s time I’ll get my hands dirty !

Nevertheless I’d better find a lab in my neighborhood to help me master those techniques maybe @idlv
I think I’m gonna buy cnc router bits for metal, anyhow, and find some stock material in scrap yards just as you’ve suggested (I already have a side grinder 😉 )

Anyway I really do thank you, Jamy, for your advises.

Kind Regards

starter
06/01/2020 at 22:14
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Thanks Olivier

Yeap…You have an excellent point.

Maybe I’ll find something useful among one of these:

https://www.castrocompositesshop.com/gb/11-release-agents-sealers

Thanks again

starter
06/01/2020 at 22:01
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Thanks Dr Skullster !

Well… seams to work ! the tape being a plus though…
Now I’m really looking forward to try this.

Thanks again !

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