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if i was to cast models for my own use, what kind of resin would i use? i don't know if this is a good question, but i want to cast some parts i made from GS. i bought a mold kit, but have no resin or other material suitable.
preferably a link or a suitable ebay store or specific product. i am rep-happy, mind you.
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Well, I would recommend either resin, or dental plaster. can't really recommend any sites, but check out alumilite.com
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if you have a local craft store (Michaels) or art store, Check them out.
You can buy a jerry can full of resin and a small medicine bottle full of catalyst for roughly $30.
You can also buy molding kits there too, if yours turns out not to be compatable with epoxy-based resins.
or order online
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Go here http://www.hirstarts.com/index.html and you will find all the info you ned on casting w/ plastic and plaster.Originally Posted by XenomarinesKiller
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well when i cast my own stuff i use KneadIt from my local hardware store. It seems to work fairly well for me.