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October 2, 2014 AT 8:00 am

Dangerous Popsicle: Two-Part Silicone Casting #3DxFood #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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designer wei wei shared this 3D printing -> silicone casting -> popsicle process — helpful!

Dangerous Popsicle: Two-Part Silicone Casting:

Have you ever licked a cactus? Probably not. But it might be interesting to try it out, in another form. Time to create some special sensations for our tongues! In this instructable I’ll make a cactus-inspired popsicle and demonstrate the two-part silicone casting process.

Here’s an instructable that introduces you to mold making basics. Making a two-part mold has versatile applications and is beginner friendly. Here I used a combination of one-part and two-part mold-making techniques.

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Dangerous Popsicle Two Part Silicone Casting


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