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What Bondo style goo would you use to make sculpture?

Discussion in 'Creative Arts' started by bitzman, Feb 15, 2021.

  1. bitzman

    bitzman F1 Rookie

    Feb 15, 2008
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    I want to make a clad metal sculpture of small pieces tack welded together but I forgot the name of the Bondo like paste I bought to try the underform (under the metal "skin") but I was dismayed when the body paste dried within minutes and was so hard when dry i couldn't dent it with a rough steel file. I think it was called All Metal. I need a recommendation of a filler material that can stand the heat of the torch because once I am cladding the rough shape with metal I don't want the shape underneath to fall all apart when exposed to heat? This All Metal is $33.
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  3. energy88

    energy88 F1 World Champ
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    Don't try JBWeld SteelStik. My last experience with it was a disaster- would never harden. Don't know if it is suitable for welding, either.
     
  4. 350HPMondial

    350HPMondial F1 Rookie

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    HI FERRARI bros
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    Bondo is just shreaded newspaper and Polyester Resin.
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    use a brand like ,,
    “Evercoat,” that uses micro-beads. ..
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    and, use your PPE.
     

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