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December 1, 2009 AT 12:08 pm

Sugru – a consumer-ready modeling clay for physical hacks?

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Sugru is like consumer-ready modeling clay for physical hacks @ Core77

Launching tomorrow: Something like Play-Doh for industrial designers, Sugru is a modeling-clay-like silicone that can be used for everything from molding ergonomic grips to repairing leaky sneakers. Once removed from its packaging, it can be molded for a 30-minute period, and it then cures at room temperature in about 24 hours. Self-adhesive, waterproof, and dishwasher-safe.


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2 Comments

  1. OMG! That stuff is amazing! Watch the video on the website! I have a feeling this stuff is going to become synonmous with duck tape.

  2. Wow. Sold out in 6 hours! Sort of like the Ice Tube Clock 🙂

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