> << I've been trying to fabricate some plastic connectors that came with a
> kite I bought several years. The kite is a 'tetrahedron kite' [look it up
> on the web- too hard to explain], and the connectors join several hollow
> tubes together. Some of the connectors that came with this thing are
> either lost or broken. I tired using***to make 'female' molds of the
> existing connectors, but that didn't work. As I live in a *small* town,
> there isn't much in the way of industry I can turn too. Any suggestions?
> Apogee has some info available about how to mold parts. Check their site, IIRC
> it's in the "tech reports" section.
Yep. You want technical Publication #12 - Casting Resin Parts with
Silicone *** Molds.
You can find it at:
I'm also considering doing this workshop at NARCON in Dallas. It is only
two weeks away, so you can still make your reservations to watch in
Tim Van Milligan
Apogee Components, Inc.
630 Elkton Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907-3514
web site: http://www.FoundCollection.com/
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