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ProtoDough hand moldable plastic

Postby Tzan » Wed Dec 28, 2016 11:46 pm

http://www.jameco.com/z/PROTO-DOUGH-250 ... 08286.html
http://www.jameco.com/z/PROTO-DOUGH-100 ... 08307.html

Now you can mold and re-mold your own custom designs as many times as you want! Just drop it in hot water and it allow it to melt before letting the cool down to be molded into a brand new shape. With this design thermoplastic, anyone can safely hand mold sculptures, figurines and shapes of all sizes.
Features:

    Completely non-toxic
    Lightweight
    Paintable
    Drillable and machinable
    Moldable
    High elongation points
    Melting point temperature: 136°F to 140°F (58°C to 60°C)
    Pellet size: 3.5mm (0.14 inches)
    Weight: 250 grams (0.55 lbs.)
    Safe for hand molding


I get emails from these guys because I bought my heavy balled mice from them.
Usually its misc electronics, but this time it was interesting.
I havent tried it, just got the email today.
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Has anyone ever used those holes before?
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Re: ProtoDough hand moldable plastic

Postby TheVengefulOne » Sat Dec 31, 2016 3:59 pm

At first I thought you meant mice with large genitalia.
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Re: ProtoDough hand moldable plastic

Postby Tzan » Sat Dec 31, 2016 4:27 pm

Yes, that was the joke a few years ago when I posted about buying new mice, I got 2, because balls come in pairs.
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