Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay

Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay is a professional product for numerous applications. It can be used for creating sculptures, restoration, reliefs, implementation of castings or to create reproductions (accuracy 1/10 mm) and copies. More
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Model / Content / Format
1kg, hardness 40
Code 49055
Ready for shipping
  £ 22.29
1 kg: £ 22.29

Model / Content / Format
1kg, hardness 50
Code 49056
Ready for shipping
  £ 22.29
1 kg: £ 22.29

Model / Content / Format
1kg, hardness 55
Code 49057
Ready for shipping
  £ 22.29
1 kg: £ 22.29

Model / Content / Format
1kg, hardness 60
Code 49058
Ready for shipping
  £ 22.29
1 kg: £ 22.29

Model / Content / Format
1kg, hardness 70
Code 49059
Ready for shipping
  £ 22.29
1 kg: £ 22.29

Model / Content / Format
5kg, hardness 40
Code 49068
Ready for shipping
  £ 89.99
1 kg: £ 18.00

Model / Content / Format
5kg, hardness 50
Code 49069
Ready for shipping
  £ 89.99
1 kg: £ 18.00

Model / Content / Format
5kg, hardness 55
Code 49070
Ready for shipping
  £ 89.99
1 kg: £ 18.00

Model / Content / Format
5kg, hardness 60
Code 49071
Ready for shipping
  £ 89.99
1 kg: £ 18.00

Model / Content / Format
5kg, hardness 70
Code 49072
Ready for shipping
  £ 89.99
1 kg: £ 18.00

Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay is a professional product for numerous applications. It can be used for creating sculptures, restoration, reliefs, implementation of castings or to create reproductions (accuracy 1/10 mm) and copies.

Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay is a wax and oil based modelling material so it never fully dries out, thus enabling you to alter your models repeatedly. It can be softened with your hands, a heat gun or a hair dryer, and hardened by putting it in the fridge. It maintains its strength and leaves no residue when it dries. Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay has excellent stability and does not deform or shrink over time. Finished items can be painted with acrylic paint.

This Plastiline Ivory Modelling Clay is available in 1kg or 5kg bars in 5 different degrees of hardness:

  • HG40 = very soft, softening at 39-41°
  • HG50 = soft, softening at 48-52° C
  • HG55 = standard, softening at 52-56° C
  • HG60 = hard, softening at 56-58° C
  • HG70 = very hard, softening at 58-60° C

Price per bar.

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