Base Rock Mold

When It's Rocks You Need On Your Layout, Use This Base Rock Mold from Woodland Scenics to Create Your Own. This mold is 10.5" x 5".

Woodland Base Rock Mold 10.5 x 5 Model Railroad Mold Accessory #c1243
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 Woodland Scenics # wooc1243
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Woodland Scenics Item # wooc1243
Features :
  • Rock faces add realism, texture, and interest to any model layout.
  • Flexible, reusable, rubber mold with fine details.
  • Durable and easy to work with.
  • This mold has 6 individual rock molds of various sizes.
  • Use individually or group them together to form rock walls and embankments.
  • Instructions provided.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Nice"
Pearcefarms
Take care to keep mold clean after using, no problems

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Features

  • Rock faces add realism, texture, and interest to any model layout.
  • Flexible, reusable, rubber mold with fine details.
  • Durable and easy to work with.
  • This mold has 6 individual rock molds of various sizes.
  • Use individually or group them together to form rock walls and embankments.
  • Instructions provided.

Specs

Mold Size: 10.5" x 5"

  • Woodland Product Number: C1243
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-C1243

Includes

One Base Rock Mold


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Lightweight Hydrocal
  • Scenic Sprayer
  • Liquid Soap and Water
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Reviews

  
 
"how easy"
d.und.transport
being new to railroad modeling, everything is scary. especially when you inherit a lot of things. how ever these molds are fantastic. mix your plaster, a light spray with soapy water, pour and wait. the hardest part waiting.

 
"Base Rock Mold Review"
TJet500 (New Jersey)
Used Plaster of Paris to fill mold. Had some problems extracting the small middle piece without breakage, due to a small joint in the middle. Product is durable, made many pieces multiple times. It is important to clean any residue off between uses. Used as rock wall in a combination HO train layout/Aurora ThunderJet 500 car track layout.

 
"Review: Base Rock looks very real."
Steve K (Ohio)
I have used this particular mold the most in my layout. It is easy to make and adds a nice touch. Takes about 6 ounces of dry powder to about 3 ounces of water. Put the water in a disposable bowl and then add the powder while stirring. Lightly wet the mold first, don't over stir and don't wait longer than 5 minutes to pour the mold. Molds are very easy to clean up. After removing the rock mold. flex and twist the mold to remove residual material. Then use some water or Windex to finish the cleaning. Don't get any plaster down your kitchen sink or commode or you could be calling the plumber. Have fun, that's what modeling is all about.

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