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How to use Ellimorph plastic and Ellimorph dust

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Published on Jan 3, 2017

This is an instructional video on how to use our products Ellimorph Plastic and Ellimorph Dust properly. Get yours at ellimorph.com!

Ellimorph plastic is a re-shapable, thermal polymer plastic that is both non-toxic as well as biodegradable. Ellimorph Plastic is also a very durable and tough material and is therefor suited to applications far beyond the ones shown here. We mainly use it for special effects props like teeth, bone and similar but its' non-brittle nature also makes it perfect for spare parts, jewellery and much more.

Ellimorph plastic comes in the form of tiny pellets. They activate in 62°C water and create a mouldable mass similar to clay. As the plastic cools down it turns solid. You can at any time during the moulding process re-heat the plastic to make it soft again. And you can melt your whole creation down and create something totally new whenever you like.

Ellimorph plastic is both non-toxic and biodegradable in soil conditions, making it a very safe product both for you as well as the planet.

To colour your Ellimorph plastic we have introduced Ellimorph Dust. A superfine, non-toxic pigmented powder that you knead into the plastic. The Ellimorph Dust can also be used to colour silicon based special effects sculpting products as well as gelatine, scar was and liquid latex paste.

For best results please follow the instructions shown in the video when colouring the plastic.

Always get your Ellimorph plastic at ellimorph.com.

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