DIY Material Guide: Polymorph Plastic ( a thermal plastic with low melting point)
This is not so much an instructable, but a guide on what you can do with this incredibly useful plastic for DIY projects.
The low working temperature of 60 degrees Celsius makes it as easy to work as Playdoh, when cooled to room temperature, it has similar properties as nylon, useful for tidy little bit of odd jobs you need for your projects (so long as it is not temperature sensitive). Not to mention this plastic is biodegradable!
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For purchase in UK, Middlesex University Teaching Resources, MUTR, is an excellent source, and for other DIY stuff as well.
For purchase in the US and A, the trade name for the product is ‘Friendly Plastic’ as genial as a happy meal 😉
Below are some of the ideas I had for using this plastic.
1) Rubberband Gun
2) Coat hook for the cube farm partitions
3) Single AAA battery holder
4) Some reusable chunks of polymorph plastic
By: The Corrugator
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