I am kind of curious to see what others have to say on their experience or opinion on mixing metal types of their ball and socket joints. What I mean by this is that the metal types of the plates and…Continue
"What about trying a mix of easily water dissolvable items like alea salt and/or light and brown sugars? Now binding them together without them dissolving when making it could be a different matter. You might be able to get away with using PVA…"
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"I was out of town for a wedding otherwise I would have jumped back into the discussion earlier.
I agree with Iulian's statement of going for a VPS (virtual private server). More and more what you are finding for forums and or social site in…"
"I know there are many places out there for stop motion but I find it to be a hunting, pruning, and cultivating problem of a personal link collection. I spend hours hunting through Google searches to hit just the right terminology to get only get a…"
"I know this at a basic glance can seem steep as an individual but unfortunately I see this as a common cost of site hosting on the internet. As my bill paying day job I am a software engineer (computer programmer) at a company that owns a data…"
"You probably want to check out acetone vapor baths to smooth out your prints if using ABS. You will not be able to preserve overly fine details as what you are doing is dissolving the plastic and having it reflow into the layer seams. You could also…"
"Yes there are many options out there, but again you got to go digging. There is just enough unification here that this site has made a world of difference in my knowledge and skill more than any other resource. This place is a touchpoint for…"
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"I know I maybe late in the conversation but Nick made the observation that his matting powder seems to be sugar, I actually do use powdered sugar. I learned this from an artist that does reborn dolls. Seems to be quiet common. All you are trying to…"
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"My experience is that RTV-1 and tins cure just fine on already cured platinum based silicones, it just does not work the other way around. Also I do think doing a scrub down with naptha does help as it also breaks away surface impurities allowing…"
"I wonder if this is the same effect i use in painting my silicone. I basically give it a good scrub with naptha and it kind of "opens the pores" and takes better. I wonder if it breaks down some internal bonds and creates a more porus…"
First Post! Yeah you know it was bound to happen and it might as well be me. Finally decided to take the plunge and join up here at SMA and wow has it ever changed from when I used to first just browse the original forums and lurk in the dark. I hope to have stuff up here soon and look forward to any new friendships that might pop up. Hello everyone!
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