Designed for vertical surface application. Plasti‑Paste® is fiber filled and can be used as a "mother mold" material to reinforce rubber molds. This plastic is also a powerful adhesive and can be used as a repair material for a variety of industrial applications. Cured plastic can be sanded, machined and pigmented. Plasti‑Paste® II can be painted with acrylic enamel paints.
Plasti-Paste® holds a vertical surface without sagging and cures to a strong, durable and lightweight plastic. Suitable as a mother mold / support shell (reinforces shape of rubber mold during casting).
Improved version of our original Plasti-Paste® formula that can be painted (original Plasti Paste® can not) and is harder, more rigid with better heat resistance. This plastic can also be used for creating themed environments or special effects.
Offers some advantages over urethane Plasti-Paste™ products:
|Select a Product Below||Mix Ratio By Volume||Ultimate Tensile|
|› Plasti-Paste®||1A:3B||1,600 psi|
|› Plasti-Paste® II||1A:2B||2,150 psi|
|› Plasti-Paste™ EPOXY||2A:1B||3,320 psi|
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