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2008\08\04@105744 by Apptech

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Tap Plastics "How to make a ..." instructional video series.

       http://www.tapplastics.com/info/video.php#video22

No doubt they'd like you to use their products where
relevant :-)


             Russell



       Introduction to TAP Mold Making Products
       How to build a Mold Box
       How to make a Latex Mold
       How to make a Urethane Mold
       How to make a simple Silicone Mold Part 1
       How to make a simple Silicone Mold Part 2
       How to build a Plastic Heat Bender
       How to bend Plastic
       How to apply Window Film
       How to select Window Film
       How to apply Vinyl Graphics
       How to cut Plastic Sheet
       How to use Ultra-Glo and Ultra-Seal
       How to glue Acrylic
       Cast embedments in Clear Resin
       How to make a two-part mold
       How to repair scratched CDs, DVDs, iPods and more
       How to repair Gelcoat Part 1
       How to repair Gelcoat Part 2
       How to repair and glue Polyethylene and Seaboard
       How to protect your LCD or DLP TV
       How to build a Box with Plastic

2008\08\04@134752 by piclist

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On Tue, 5 Aug 2008, Apptech wrote:
> Tap Plastics "How to make a ..." instructional video series.
>
>         www.tapplastics.com/info/video.php#video22
>
> No doubt they'd like you to use their products where
> relevant :-)

TAP Plastics is an awesome shop.  I have one locally which I visit quite
often for supplies.  Good prices too.

One of my hobbies is working with acrylic.  What I like about the stuff is
that you don't glue pieces together.  You place two bits together and
inject a solvent between them and it unbinds the long chain molecules,
lets them mingle and then evaporates.  You wind up with a seamless (with
practice) join that makes the two parts one solid piece.

--
Ian Smith
http://www.ian.org

2008\08\04@201935 by Vitaliy

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Apptech wrote:
> Tap Plastics "How to make a ..." instructional video series.
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>        http://www.tapplastics.com/info/video.php#video22
>

Superb stuff.

I really like the videos: they are simple, but to the point, and obviously
professionally made. Once we started working on our own training videos, I
began noticing this kind of stuff. :)

Vitaliy

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