- Amazing Mold Putty
- Amazing Mold Rubber
- Mixing Cup
- Mixing Stick
- Rubber to Rubber Mold Release
- Xacto Knife
- Foam Core board
- Hot glue
- Electrical Tape
- Ball Point Pen (spring)
- Prep The Cable
- Make the Mold Box
- Amazing Mold Putty – part "A"
- Prep Mold Release
- Amazing Mold Putty – part "B"
- Cast the Over mold with Amazing Mold Rubber.
Prepping the cable was quick and easy. Wrap the end of the cable where it meets the connector with electrical tape until it forms a small barrel around the end.
Mix equal parts of Amazing Mold Putty and press into the bottom of the mold box evenly. I used about 70 grams of each part. Press the prepped connectors into the putty. Use a small flat object to press the putty into the tight areas of the object. Let cure.
Apply ample amounts of Mold Release to the putty around the part.
Let dry 15 minutes and repeat for three applications.
Mix and Press the second 1/2 of the mold. Let cure.
After the Amazing Mold Putty is cured, remove the cables and peel the electrical tape off the end. Place the spring from a ball point pen around the cable/connector end (ie. push the spring on the cable and wrap it around the cable). It will spiral over the cable as you twist it.
Apply Mold Release to both halves of the putty mold.
Mix 10grams of Amazing Mold Rubber and pour into the mold cavity around the spring. Let it settle a little before pressing on the top 1/2 of the mold. I placed the first 1/2 in the vacuum to remove air bubbles before adding the top. Add the Top of the mold and secure with rubber bands. Let cure.
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