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Published by: Shivakunalan Inparaja on Mar 28, 2012
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 1. Chrome plated screwed end cap2. Bearing caps3. Speed indication LEDs4. 60w SB fitting lamp5. Adjustable stop (for beaker table)6. Latex beaker (glass - synthetic, perspex - natural)7. Moulded handwheel for table height adjuster8. Stainless steel paddle to ISO dimensions9. Chrome plated column10. Lamp and motor switches (as indicated)11. Voltage temperature compensation control
Motor (Natural Rubber) c/w paddle
Motor (Synthetic Rubber) c/w paddleBeaker (Natural) PerspexBeaker (Synthetic) GlassBrush (2 per motor)Bearing - topBearing - bottomSpeed control assembly 200/250VSpeed control assembly 100/125V
How to Make a Latex Mask 
By John Fritz, eHow Contributor
Latex masks and general special effects costuming has opened new doors in the area of creativityfor the budding artist. Many dream of owning their own custom, professional costume, be it of theirfavorite superhero, monster, or whatever else the artist can dream up. Fortunately, this process is
relatively easy once you know how to do it, and this tutorial will focus on how to create one of themost important pieces of any latex costume: the mask.
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Spread your clay over your armature. Here is where we start to shape our mask. Build up the clay alittle thicker than you need it to be, because as the latex cures it tends to shrink a little. Work the clayuntil you have a perfect representation of what you will ultimately want to put on your head. Everydetail needs to be sharp and smooth, as any imperfections will ultimately show up in the final latexcast.
Mix and pour your plaster over the clay and armature. This is a critical step. You need to make surethat you pour enough layers of plaster over the clay, but not enough to accidentally bind the mold tothe armature. Your mold should be an absolute minimum of two inches thick. After the mold hasdried, carefully remove it from the clay and armature. You are now ready to cast the latex.
Take your mold and fill it with latex. Then, rotate the mold to spread the latex all over the mold. Youwill want to fill every corner of the mold evenly, as this will ensure a universal thickness all over themask. Do this until the latex has moved from a full liquid into a more viscous material. Then, wait forit to dry totally. After it has dried, carefully remove the mask from the mold.

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