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Thread: Anyone used polymorph for moulding?

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    Anyone used polymorph for moulding?

    I found a type of plastic for sale on e-bay (polymorph?)that melts when you put it in hot water. when it cools and hardens you can dril, tap, sand or file it (supposedly). Has anyone used this stuff before & would it be good for making moulds for badges or small fibreglass parts?

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