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    Default Want to make some windshields

    I have never liked the 'clear' wax that was used for windshields in the Hot Wheel Factory set. Is it possible to use thin PETG sheets with the original moulds and get a reasonable result? I think that is mostly used for vacuum sealing, I wanted to avoid that route if possible as I'd have to go out and buy one and I'm only doing a couple of pieces. I was thinking of melting the sheet into the mold. Anything else I should be looking to try?

    There are two windshields in the center of this photo.

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    Default Re: Want to make some windshields

    There are plenty of pourable plastic out there now that won't have the milkiness of the original Mattel product. As long as you can find a suitable release agent I'd be chatting with the local Hobby City or similar.

    I've looked at using a low-temperature metal for the bodies on these, something with a high pewter content...

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    Default Re: Want to make some windshields

    It Might be as simple as a shot of PAM spray and a squirt of this...
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    Default Re: Want to make some windshields

    Thanks guys, this gives me a new lead to follow.

    Casting the bodies in metal would be awesome, love to see that result.

    I've also been wondering who designed these 'factory' castings. They look like Ira Gilford to me, but don't have any evidence. Anyone ever hear anything?

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