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Nice selection of moulds. Good idea to get two of your main infantry moulds, I found that it speeds up the casting of a battalion :)I find the Infantry moulds OK; but had difficulty with the cavalry and artillery moulds and gave up on them, possibly inexperience on my part. They may need extra air vents added ?I find the moulds get a bit hot and warp slightly after 6 or 7 casts and need to be allowed to cool down before re-use.Happy casting ! Looking forward to seeing the results of you endeavours.I've just finished a painting battalion of Grenadiers, will post picture soon on Wittenberg blog.--Allan
I've read guys at the TMP casting messge board say that the molds should be kept cold, even using a freezer, between castings too. If you live in a cold climate, you can even try casting on your (covered) porch or in your garage. And a good idea about the second line infantry mold. I never would have thought of that were I a home-caster.