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what Form-U-Lay is
Topic Started: Nov 3 2016, 01:24 PM (364 Views)
formulay

I had a comment asking for a description of what we do. Well Form-U-Lay make vac-form moulds that allow you to make your own buildings and roadways out of plaster or any similar casting product. We mainly produce building, roadways and bunker moulds for 1/3 scale, although we also sell a small amount of 1/72 scale. You can use these moulds as is by cutting them out and gluing them together with standard plastic glue. They are designed however, to be filled with plaster of Paris so you can knock out 3-4 of these before the mould begins to crack. So you get a lot of buildings for your money. We also sell German Zimmerit to stick onto your WW2 tanks and 1/72/ 1/48 Soviet and Western concrete runways.
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GLEN

I can vouch for this moulds as I have been using them and putting the results on this forum. I am in the process of doing a couple more I should be putting some pictures up later this weekend
Glen
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GLEN

Here are some items I have made using form u lay moulds
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More can be found here http://s15.zetaboards.com/AMSIG/topic/8276971/1/
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This is a wall that they do
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ColinM
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A simple idea with a host of possibilities, looks realistic too.

Colin
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ColinM
Nov 20 2016, 10:11 PM
A simple idea with a host of possibilities, looks realistic too.

Colin
Yes it would make a good back drop for a tank etc
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Andykirby61
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That's one I will be buying as has be said very versatile
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GLEN

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They dont look bad with snow on them
Glen
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thomasweir
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Very atmospheric
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