Carving Dry PMC
One of the appealing things about PMC is the way it can be manipulated like clay, but for some of us, the real fun is carving the PMC after it is dry. This short video demonstrates how to form a ring blank then carve it with files, just as we would carve wax. In this case, though, there are no sprues, no investing, and no casting.
From: Quick Takes: PMC Basics by Tim McCreight
DVD, 70 minutes, ISBN 1929565127
by Tim McCreight 2005 Brynmorgen Press
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