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Mold Making Tutorial: How to Repair an Antique Picture Frame with Silicone Putty

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Uploaded on Jan 2, 2008

This mold making tutorial video shows how to use Smooth-On's Poyo Putty silicone putty to repair a broken or damaged picture frame. Smooth Cast 325 resin is pigmented with metal powder and liquid pigment before it is cast into the Poyo putty mold to reproduce the original frame.

Poyo putty is a two-component, tin-cure silicone putty that can be applied "on-site"--directly to almost any model; capturing the finest detail and curing within minutes. PoYo Putty has been used to make molds of valuable antiques and archeological models and can be used to make fast molds of sculpture, prototypes, candles, picture frames, coins, etc. You can cast wax, gypsum and a variety of resins into PoYo Putty molds.

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