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New product that looks pretty cool.....

October 17 2011 at 7:53 AM
  (Login MRiedeman)
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saw this on Armorama....J's Work, Stone Pavement Mold, Luckymodels has it..it's a silicone mold to make pavement, Lucky has the co's how to instructions on Lucky's site, looks easy. Any one picked this product up yet and used it? Mike

 
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Not yet...

October 19 2011, 2:47 PM 

I haven't picked it up but am thinking about it. I wonder how well one section will interlock with another ? I also like the brick mold for making debris bricks fairly quickly.

Jim Guld

 
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Jim....I was wondering if .....

October 20 2011, 4:03 AM 

joint compound/spackle would work in the silcone mold as well as mixing up plater paris.....as a home owener I have joint compound/spackle laying around. Mike

 
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Could Work

October 22 2011, 6:44 AM 

Mike,
It could work but it is pretty brittle and the texture isn't as smooth as plaster. For making brick debris it probably be fine but to try and pull a good copy for the road sections, I'd have to put my doubt slip in.

Jim Guld

 
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