Phil Cuttance – An amazing process.

Cuttance points out: ”Its construction is simple and purposeful, screwed together to allow it to be flat-packed for shipping. Wheels make the machine portable within a working space. The shelving beneath provides storage for freshly cast pieces, and room for the casting stool to be stored. The ‘hopper’ holding the Jesmonite powder is made simply from a polypropylene sheet, in the same way as the moulds. The casting jig at the back of the machine is simple and allows me to peer into the mould and control the flow of the fast setting Jesmonite. This means it is cast evenly and economically, leaving a thin yet strong wall thickness. It can also be attached at two different widths to accommodate different sized moulds i.e. vases or a table.” We invite you to watch the amazing film that Phil Cuttance prepared for his line and discover how theFECETURE machine is used in order to make a vase. We are sure that you will enjoy it as much as the final result!

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