DIY Roto-molding machine




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Published on Jun 26, 2007

This is an at-home roto-molding machine I whipped up in about 3 hours one night.

To build one like it you will need:

-About 20 dollars worth of Fisher Price Construx from ebay
-A drill (DeWalt's fit nicely, but anything should work)
-A few wood screws to hold down the Construx
-A piece of scrap wood

For my casting material I like using Alumilite and Polytek resins, they are both REALLY easy to work with and fairly cheap. Any RTV resin should work well as long as it has a short set time.


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