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Old 10-29-2015, 04:00 PM
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Ed's easy explanation of corking a mold

Hey Everyone:

we are having some issues with our pieces being scratched in our steel molds which have been corked using 40/80 cork from Maryland Cork.

Wondering what grit of cork you recommend for a high production mold, and what quantity/style you cork the mold in.

We utilize renite paste, and do three layers of paste and cork, alternating.

Much thanks!
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