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Bishop Odo11 Oct 2017 6:12 a.m. PST

I watched a video on uTube by Tom Mason, on vulcanizing small parts using vulcanize-able drop mold frame, called Vulcamold, that was suppose to be available some years ago? Anyone know where I might buy one, or should i just make my own?


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Bill

Master Caster12 Oct 2017 5:45 a.m. PST

Small mold frames and plates from Conley Casting or Contenti in RI USA. With C clamps you can make your own in the kitchen oven at around 350 degrees.

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