Rock Mold Rock Face

This is the Rock Face Mold from Woodland Scenics.

Woodland Rock Mold Rock Face Model Railroad Mold Accessory #c1248
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Specifications :
  • Woodland Product Number: C1248
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-C1248
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great Rock Face mold"
filbanto
Useful product. Have had difficulty with air bubbles, but that's probably on me:-) I typically break up the casting and carve it down to fit the layout.

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Features

  • Use mold to cast large rocks.
  • Flexible and reusable.

Specs

  • Woodland Product Number: C1248
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-C1248

Includes

one 10-1/2' x 5" mold




Reviews

  
 
"Very Basic And Easy To Use"
borner79
I own a few different rock molds and each one is very easy to use. Follow the instructions on the plaster, wet the mold, pour plaster into mold and wait for it to harden. Once it hardens it's easy to pop out (since you previously wet the mold) and then onto the next one.

 
"the picture doesn't do it justice"
kung_fu_lizard
this is one of my favorite molds! It's not too deep, but gives you a rock wall that's a pretty good size so if you have a lot of area to cover, it's nice to have a bigger mold to use. And you can prop these up so that you only cast a portion of the mold or you can cast the whole thing. I usually spray a water mix (with just 2 drops of dish soap) to make for an easier release on this one. It comes out easy as it is (because the mold is so flexible you can literally just peel it backwards and then push it back out when you're done), but it's not a really deep mold so I worry sometimes that I will break the castings so the water mixture makes it release pretty easily and doesn't affect the casting you're making. I'm working on uploading a picture of one of my short sides to show how this looks after casting (it's not painted yet but at least you can see the finish cast of it).

 
"Rock Face"
Brien Mitchum
this mold is pretty cool the way it makes the rocks look and with some good painting and weathering it will be a great scenery detail.

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please kee away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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