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  1. Step 1: Preparing Mold for Pewter Casting

    Use talc powder to lightly dust the Mold Max® 60 molds in order to reduce surface tension. Reducing surface tension enables the molten metal to flow evenly around the mold surface. Be sure to brush the talc evenly into all areas. Remove any excess powder by tapping the mold on the table top. Use an airhose to eliminate any accumulation of talc in the details. This will leave a very fine coating of talc in the mold.

    Step 2: Melting Low-Melting Pewter

    Deposit pewter ingots into the melting vessel and place the melting vessel on a heat plate. Adjust the heat plate to 550F/290C, which will begin to melt the pewter ingots. Once they are completely melted the pewter will be in a liquid state.

    Step 3: Casting and Demolding Pewter

    Pour the hot liquid pewter into a mold and continue to fill another mold before the pewter cools. After thoroughly cooling, the piece is ready to be demolded. The perfect detail can be seen in the reproduction of the final pewter casting. Many castings can be created in a Mold Max® 60 mold.

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