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To lessen the possibility of air bubbles being trapped in the mould, balance it at — a wedge-shaped model can be controlled. Thoroughly mix the two contents into a smooth paste and allow to stand at this angle finished flash amount of the latex composition into the mould and allow it to run along the seam or joining line, then empty this out and degrees of the mould before pouring the To minimize very small to the liquid latex, the degree of hardness or flexibility in. an angle of 45 piece of wood on which the mould can cut rest is very useful.
Animation. The mould must be securely bound and placed on a bench or table before you start preparing the metal. Place sufficient lowmelting alloy in the ladle and take it to a heat source. Either gas or electricity can be used, whichever is more readily available. correct time to start pouring silvery surface of the is when or impression. The the metal begins to turn brownish in colour. The best method is by pouring gradually and carefully, allowing only a few drops at a time to enter the mould.
This When the rubber compound flow of the pouring is either is ready to be model and over the model the retaining wall or between the the wall but never directly itself (fig. once and 25b). in a Try to pour the rubber steady stream. If all at there are deep may need to compound mixture onto undercuts on your model, you brush some of the these parts immediately before pouring; this will help to eliminate unwanted air bubbles. Right 26 a building a retaining wall in Plasticine and hollowing out keys; b pouring the plaster over the horizontal model (not directly on to the figure); c removing the Plasticine retaining wall, and the resulting side view (d); e placing the two halves of the plaster pouring.