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An unusual moulding set which produces large slabs rather than blocks - generally the whole side of a building or half a roof. The moulds are not premade, but made up by the user from a huge array of small wooden components, which one tacks onto a soft board on the underside of the box lid. The set includes designs for a number of structures. Sheets are provided showing the layout of mould parts for the building sections. These are intended to be placed on the board, under a sheet of clear plastic, before tacking down the mould parts to the pattern shown. A small tube of oil is provided to lubricate the inside of the mould before you pour in the moulding compound.

category moulding sets
materials wood, moulding powder, metal, plastic
date 1947
made by Castos Ltd, England

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