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M35004 Interlocking Tile Mold #1

Laser-cut acrylate mold to form 80 1:35th scale

This is a laser-cut acrylate template that enables you to form 80 1:35th scale "dogbone" tiles in one go, using airdrying clay  - in no time.

  • M35004 Interlocking Tiles Mold #1 DOGBONE
14,50 Incl. 21% VAT
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SCALE:

1:35

MATERIAL:

Acrylate

BRAND:

LSG Laser Kits

SCALE:

1:35

MATERIAL:

Acrylate

BRAND:

LSG Laser Kits

Description

To use the mold, stretch paper tape across its backside, lay it on a flat and surface, place a ball of airdrying clay upon it, and work it into the cavities.
Drag/scrape a straight and firm plastic spatula (or the edge of another mold) across the surface, skimming off the surplus material. Leave to dry, remove the paper tape, then push out the individual bricks using a blunt stick (like the reverse end of a brush). Warning: do NOT bend the mold. It is acrylate, not silicon. You will break it.

To get rid of any sharp edges - and make your bricks look more realistic - rub small amounts of them together gently between the palms of your hands, softening their edges.

You can colour your clay by working in pigments before pressing it into the mold, or paint it after drying.

Design by Lucas Gargoloff, 2017.

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Tall and narrow, with pointed arches, lancet-windows are typical of church edifices of the earliest European Gothic period, from 1140 onwards. They acquired the "lancet" name from their resemblance to a lance.<br />
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Rose- or Catherine- windows are particularly characteristic of Gothic architecture, though their origins are much earlier and they appear in various forms throughout the Medieval period. <br />
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Both windows' popularity was revived during the Gothic revival of the 19th century, so that they are seen in Christian cathedrals and churches all over the world.</p>

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<p>To use the mold, stretch paper tape across its backside, lay it on a flat and surface, place a ball of airdrying clay upon it, and work it into the cavities.<br />
Drag/scrape a straight and firm plastic spatula (or the edge of another mold) across the surface, skimming off the surplus material. Leave to dry, remove the paper tape, then push out the individual bricks using a blunt stick (like the reverse end of a brush).<br />
Warning: do NOT bend the mold. It is acrylate, not silicon. You will break it.<br />
<br />
To get rid of any sharp edges - and make your bricks look more realistic - rub small amounts of them together gently between the palms of your hands, softening their edges.<br />
<br />
You can colour your clay/putty by working in pigments before pressing it into the mold, or paint it after drying.<br />
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Design by Lucas Gargoloff, 2017.<br />
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Laser-cut acrylate mold to form 121 1:35th scale bricks in no time

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<p>This set contains 3 laser-cut silkboard plates to assemble (stack and glue) into a Gothic "lancet"-window.<br />
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Material: silkboard, 2 mm.<br />
Plate dimensions: 115 x 65 mm.<br />
Final, assembled window measures 100 x 45 mm.<br />
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Design © : Onur Kumral.<br />
 </p>

<p>Tall and narrow, with pointed arches, lancet-windows are typical of church edifices of the earliest European Gothic period, from 1140 onwards. They acquired the "lancet" name from their resemblance to a lance.<br />
<br />
Their popularity was revived during the Gothic revival of the 19th century, so that they are seen in Christian cathedrals and churches all over the world.</p>

Laser-cut Gothic lancet-window, composed out of 3 parts

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For best results, use dental plaster (not included): this is harder and better suited for sharp casts.<br />
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To prevent air-bubbles, directly after pouring/spreading, poke the still liquid plaster into the cavities using a (provided) toothpick.</p>

Silicon mold to cast 1:35 bolts

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