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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Resin sphere out of two half spheres -- would it work? on: June 28, 2007 09:13:06 PM
I just got some EasyCast. The shape I want to make isn't flat-backed -- for simplicity's sake, let's call it a sphere. I'm wondering if I can avoid using a two-part mold, with the resulting headaches of pour sprues and air vents. I'm thinking of making two one-part molds, and gluing the resulting casts together. Would the backs be flat enough? And are there other problems with this idea that I'm not seeing?

Input would be appreciated. I can always figure it out through trial and error, but I'd rather not waste the time + materials.
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