SC3 Sculptamold 3 lb

This is a 3 Lb. Package of Sculptamold from American Art Clay.

American-Art-Clay SC3 Sculptamold 3 lb Model Railroad Mold Accessory #41821c
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 American Art Clay Co. # aac41821c
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Features :
  • Easy to prepare, easy to model and economical to use.
  • Combines the best features of clay, plaster and paper mache.
  • Models like clay and sets up plaster hard in 30 minutes.
  • Lightweight and does not shrink when drying.
  • Mixes easily and quickly with water for immediate use.
  • Adheres to most surfaces.
  • May be oven dried at 200 degrees.
  • Can be sanded, sawed, carved or nailed without chipping.
  • May be decorated with almost any type of paint or decorating medium.
  • Use for modeling, casting or carving.
  • Includes instructions.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Sculptamold"
pnmhickox
This product is excellent for creating scenery for model railroads. Have used it for years and it has never let me down.

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Features

  • Easy to prepare, easy to model and economical to use.
  • Combines the best features of clay, plaster and paper mache.
  • Models like clay and sets up plaster hard in 30 minutes.
  • Lightweight and does not shrink when drying.
  • Mixes easily and quickly with water for immediate use.
  • Adheres to most surfaces.
  • May be oven dried at 200 degrees.
  • Can be sanded, sawed, carved or nailed without chipping.
  • May be decorated with almost any type of paint or decorating medium.
  • Use for modeling, casting or carving.
  • Includes instructions.

Specs

Weight: 3 lb. (1.4kg)

  • American-Art-Clay Product Number: 41821C
  • Walthers Product Number: 126-41821C

Includes

One 3 Lb. Package of Sculptamold.




Reviews

  
 
"Good Ole' Sculptamold a Modeling essential"
Steve K (Ohio)
A great product for forming terrain of all kinds not just for model railroads. Its very light weight. You can mix it as thick or thin as you like and when used thick it quickly builds up mountains ect. One way to not use do much for mountains is to first rough out your mountains with clumps of foam glued together then cover that with Sculptamold. Mixed very thin I use it as a smoothing layer over structures that I created using window screen and or strips of plaster. It is easy to poke a hole in when dry to insert a tree trunk. It does take a while to dry though depending on how much water you used.

 
"excellant product"
rcabinfolk
product makes realistic rock walls and rock mounds

 
"Builds mountains to hide the mechanisms that run the layout"
cj.trainer (Canton, GA)
This molding product is extremely easy to mix and use, and it sticks to darn near everything. I wear nitrile gloves to make clean up faster but the stuff washes up nicely with just water. I had to cover a circuit board that housed the blinker for my road crossing. I don't like to install such below the layout because my N scale trains run under the glass of my coffee table. The deck is 1 Styrofoam that I cut out. The board to be hidden still stuck up 1/2 so I built a low hill to hide the works and provide a location for the Miller Engineering DINER that I plan to build one day. (The power for the DINER is already at the blinker circuit.) I cut a large circle of very thin aluminum flashing that fit around the protruding circuit board and a smaller circle to be the plateau on the top and the roof over the circuits. I molded some rocks in a Scenic mold and glued them around the larger circle to form the cavity. The smaller circle fit on top of this wall of rocks to enclose the cavity. Another batch of thicker Sculptamold was then hand applied to blend the perimeter rocks together and to bond the two aluminum disks to the structure. When the Sculptamold sets up, I'll sand it to shape to represent a road up the hill to the diner's parking lot. Finally, I'll paint and flock the mountain to match the layout. The mountain lifts off to provide access to the circuit board and the wiring to the diner. An easy way to hide the behind the scenes magic and provide a new building site. I'll include a picture of the work in process.

Comments

Keep away from children under 3 years of age.

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