Dec 07, 2012· Homemade weight molds Discussion in 'Do It Yourself DIY' started by rickym96, Dec 7, 2012. Page 2 of 4 < Prev 1 2 3 ... the lead. All of my family has fished for a ton of years, handled lead as split shot (often crimped between teeth) and sinkers. We also made tons of spit shot and sinkers and decoy anchors and none of us has ever gotten sick ...
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Dec 07, 2012· Here's a fairly inexpensive mold from : : Trident Lead Diving Weight Mold: Sports Outdoors It has graduations to make different sizes. But again, the fumes are not good for you. Not only should it ventilated, but you should wear an activated carbon filter.
Oct 23, 2018· The reason I started pouring sinkers, was to make a special one for catching bonito. A unit that would sink and make rattle noise on retrieve. However, once I had the lead, heater, a mold and other items; then it was matter of just adding molds to make other types of sinkers.
Illustrated Craft Tutorial How to use Molds to Make Plaster of Paris Castings. 1. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the amount of water and plaster powder you will need. This particular brand uses 2 parts plaster powder to 1 part water. Slowly add the powder to the water and stir well. 2. The mixture should be thick but runny.
Dec 08, 2011· Any suggestions on how to make a belt mould as I have a growing pile of scrap lead. I'm guessing mild steel and welding?, or can you get away with a wooden mould with the low melt point. Cheers. I've used steel pipe with rubber belt in the slot. Wood is useable but creates a few problems. A plaster ...
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Home » Sinkers » Sinkers – How to make your own lead fishing sinkers – Video Lead jigs can be made at home very cost effectively. Try to get a mould that will make sinkers or jigs you use most often rather than a mould that makes many different ones that you will never use.
Lead / Pewter Casting at Home: How to cast lead / pewter at home using what you have around you. I needed some lead balls for using in a homemade ball mill and they are too expensive to buy and I had some lead kicking around in the shed so I figured I would cast my own. At th...
Jan 18, 2011· Below is a photo of a couple of "noroll" style sinker molds that I made with some scrap wood and galvanized sheet metal. A conventional mold would be better for making a lot of sinkers, but these work fine for making a few.
Vaseline and caulk to make small molds. For reproducing small details, coat the original with Vaseline, then cover it with a thick layer of 100 percent silicone sealant. Let it .
Mar 17, 2015· I haven't made sinkers before, but I have casted my share of bullets. The reason you are not getting a cleaner looking sinker is that the mould is to cool. Try resting the mold on the edge of the pot to heat it up. It takes some practice but you will .
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Mold release can be one of several substances, depending on what your prototype is made from. Use liquid soap if the prototype is made of cement, porous stone, plaster, or clay. Use liquid wax if it is made of wood or glass. Or, for the best result, use a mold release made by the same company that made your silicone.