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Green Stuff World - Molds for UV Resin Bases


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I want to make water bases for aquatic-themed minis (sahuagin, sharks, etc.) and I want to try out Green Stuff World’s UV clear resin.

 

In order to make these, you need a good round silicone mold of the correct size.

 

Green Stuff World does make a set (see below) but I play RPGs like D&D, Pathfinder, Tales of the Valiant, etc. which use a 1” grid, so only 2 of the 6 molds are of any use to me (not sure what the other 4 sizes are for … Warhammer maybe?)

 

Has anyone used these to make clear bases? What have you used as molds for sizes other than the 1” (25 mm) and 2” (50 mm) molds that come in the set? I need to find something to make bases of 3”, 4” etc.

 

Thanks!!

 

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Well, I ordered these along with the UV torch / light and the UV resin from GreenStuff World.

 

Maybe I’ll toss the 4 molds I have no use for in the next BOGW or something

 

Does anyone have experience with this kind of thing?

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Sorry, late picking this thread up.

The molds work fine for UV resin but you will save yourself some money by using regular two part resin.  The other sized molds are for other size bases that are used by a variety of manufactures.  If you are not going to use them they will also work as mixing pots for paint and glue. 

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