Mitsubishi Materials PMC Flex Precious Metal Clay 55.8g Silver Clay Metal Wt 50g | Goods Japan

Mitsubishi Materials PMC Flex Precious Metal Clay 55.8g Silver Clay Metal Wt 50g

This silver clay is ideal for making small accessories such as rings, beads, and other sculptural pieces. It has increased flexibility and and less stickiness for adding intricate details easily.

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This PMC Flex is produced and developed by Mitsubishi Materials of Japan, which, when sintered will have the organic binder burned away, leaving pure silver in the shape that you sculpted it before firing. It is a combination of very fine silver powder with a nontoxic binder and water to create a material that can be shaped and sculpted as easily as modelling clay. Great for beginners as PMC Flex provides a longer working time than other PMC silver clay products and it does not harden completely at room temperature, giving you more time to work on your designs and finish them just the way you want. It contains recycled silver, making it an eco-friendly product.

You can use this product to create accessories, jewelry, and any other design that you can think of. It retains moisture for a long time but when the time comes and the product needs rehydration, just rehydrate the product using water or PMC Aqua (sold separately) and the product can be reshaped or re-modelled again without producing cracks. Combine this product with stones or glass to make more designs for your project. Once dry, use kiln or torch for firing to produce a pure fine-silver finished product.

Product Data:
• Silver Weight: 50g
• Clay Weight: 55.8g
• Shrinkage: 10-15%
• Firing Temperature: 600°C (1112°F) for 30 mins.

• Metal powder (90%)
• Water and organic binder (10%)

This listing is for PMC Flex 50g only, photos that shows finished products are for illustrative purposes only.

Please note: Keep out of the reach of children. Wash your hands after use.

Item ID 21426
Condition New
Manufacturer Nitto Gakku
Manufacturing country Japan
Weight 80 g