100 grams of moldable plastic pellets
Works like InstaMorph
Polymorph is an non-toxic, lightweight polyester biodegradable thermoplastic, This hand moldable plastic has a melting temperature of about 136-140°F (58-62°C). It is great for making one-off prototypes, quick attachments and sub-assemblies, impressions to use as a temporary mold, and more DIY Crafts, Tools, Grips, Repairs, Games, Costumes, Jewelry, Robot parts, anything you can imagine because of its particular characters
1. Excellent Biocompatibility
Polycaprolactone products is compatible in body. fully degrade into CO2 and H2O in 6-12 months in commercial compost
2. Excellent biodegradability
Fully degraded into CO2 and H2O in 6-12 months in commercial compost.
3. Be compatible with other plastic resins
Compatible with PE, PP, ABS, AS, PC, PVAC, PVB, PVE, PA and natural rubber well.
4. Good dissolubility
Aromatics-soluble, ketone-soluble, polar solvent-soluble
5. High crystallinity and low melting point
Good ductility (Tg: -60°C ) ; Melting point is 58°C -62°C.
Temporary mold, and more DIY Crafts, Tools, Grips, Repairs, Games, Costumes, Jewelry, Robot parts…
How to use polymorph?
1. Simply heat the pellets in water to over 42°C (water from a hot tap typically).
2. Leave the pellets to melt in the water until they turn transparent.
3. Remove the pellets from the water and mould by hand (add color at this stage if required)
4. Allow the polymorph to cool until solid.
5. Re-heat if further molding is required.
We’d like to think that if you’re smart enough to realize the amazing possibilities of moldable plastic, we wouldn’t have to tell you this, but we’ll do it anyways…
• Burns suck. Be careful when heating water or using your stove or heat gun to heat up Polymorph. Heating Polymorph above 150 degrees F increases the likelihood of heat related injuries.
• Small pellets of Polymorph could be a choking hazard. Please supervise small children when using Polymorph.
• Polymorph can stick to different materials when it’s hot. Sometimes you want this, sometimes you don’t. It can stick to the following including but not limited to: metal, other plastic, vinyl, fabrics, acrylics (like fake fingernails or Plexiglas), and Styrofoam .
• Because of the unique remoldable property of Polymorph, you should keep your finished pieces away from sources of extreme heat. We would hate to see you lose your amazing creation in a tragic space-heater accident.
• Although its non-toxic, Polymorph has not yet been certified “safe for internal use” or “food contact safe”.
1 x 100 grams moldable plastic pellets