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RE: Slip Cast/Mold Making

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Nagel, Judy (judy.nagel)
Thu, 3 Sep 1998 11:16:02 -0500


FYI Anyone with specific questions can call Sax Arts & Crafts 1 800 258
4729 x329 and talk with Cindy Popek. She should be able to help. Judy

> -----Original Message-----
> From: tmaltbie [SMTP:tmaltbie]
> Sent: Thursday, September 03, 1998 8:03 AM
> To: artsednet.edu
> Subject: Re: Slip Cast/Mold Making
>
>
> >I am reqesting any info you can give me reguarding the slip casting
> method.
> >Is it the same thing as mold making? I am teaching ceramics, and the
> teacher
> >I am replacing ordered 8 huge bottles of clip casting matterials. I
> also got
> >2 - 50lb bags of plaster! I have never really used this for a
> ceramics
> >course before. The directions say to shake well (not sure if I add
> water),
> >pour into a mold? and let dry. After it is solid, fire it to the
> recommended
> >temperature (which is between cone 05 - 06) So if anyone can give me
> the run
> >down on slip casting I would really appreciate it! Thanks in
> advance!!
> >
> >John
>
>
>
>
> Mix, don't shake!
>
> Go to http://www.castcraft.com/ for info and tips about moldmaking
> and
> plaster. Not alot about clay and slip casting, but offers for sale
> pamphlets about casting, moldmaking, etc., from home business point of
> view.
>
> thom
>
> Thom Maltbie
> South Ripley Elementary School
> 1568 South Benham Road
> Versailles, IN 47042 812-689-5383
> tmaltbie
>
>