Tomric 3d molds / moulds

Shannon Campbell
02/03/14 08:46:02PM
13 posts
I am considering upgrading this Easter from my more difficult thin clear plastic 3d egg and bunny molds to a high quality polycarbonate. I'm told magnetic molds are so much easier and provide a major difference in "cleaner" results since they don't seep out like cheap clipped ones.I'm wondering if these molds are really worth the high cost? $200 for just 3-5 cavities is a lot. Also, if I select their solid magnetic molds could they these not be used hollow items too? Usually they just have an opening in the bottom but I'm wondering if these do not since their hollow ones are $100 more!Does anyone use these Tomric molds and have any feedback? Or anyone have advice on ones they love?
updated by @shannon-campbell: 04/10/15 08:39:32PM
02/03/14 08:54:54PM
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I use a bunch of high quality poly molds. Some of them are carried by Tomric, you can see many in my photos and on my website. If you work them right they are well worth it, some require a great deal of finesse and a bit of a learning curve.


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