I did a lot of small castings, plaster molds with lost material, in the
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 4:33 PM, Pete Prodoehl <ras...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Great... I know absolutely nothing about the casting process, but learning
> Which makers know casting? Perhaps I can team up with one to work on a
> I've not seen Frank around lately, but I can certainly email him.
> Also, if we've got any great casting stuff we can show off at Gallery
> On 9/24/12 4:01 PM, Royce Pipkins wrote:
> Frank did a lost ABS casting with the kiln and spin-caster. You are
> On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 3:55 PM, Pete Prodoehl <ras...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I know it's possible...
>> I'm asking Bret, as the expert casting guy, if we can do it.
>> If he is against it, or hasn't done it yet, or is dying to do it... (or
>> On 9/24/12 3:38 PM, Kevin Crowley wrote:
>> Yes that what the guy did here.
>> On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 3:33 PM, Pete Prodoehl <ras...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> So... is it possible to use PLA or ABS from 3D prints?
>>> On 9/24/12 3:05 PM, Bret Daniel wrote:
>>> ok, so here is where we are.
>>> We can cast Aluminum using propane
>>> if you want 1-off castings, then best way would be to use the router-cnc to carve the item out of the pink foam that is in excess at the ms.
>>> we will pack that into the petrobond, which is now on site
>>> and pour it.
>>> I have 1 propane tank at the ms. if anyone has any extra propane they want to donate, that would be good too. starting next week, we can begin mold making tutorials.
>>> i am convinved that the diesel will require a new atomizer, which i am working on, but the propane can do the job
>>> if interested, planning on this thurs to pour
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