Northern wing of the estate.
A stone-paved path leads to Morezmore Studio.
Inside you find:
Try HappyMorph Moldable Plastic
- HEAT & CREATE – Melt our moldable plastic pellets with hot water (>150F) and mold to any shape you like, by using your hands or using tools.
- STRONG & REUSABLE – Plastic pellets can be re- melted again and again so you can build, reshape and add to your work as often as needed. Paint it, drill it, cut it or attach it to something else.
- LARGE SIZE FOR SUPER USERS – Our largest available quantity is a great value, packaged in a Heavy Duty reclosable zippered bag. 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our products.
- MAKE, MEND & MODIFY – Use it for all types of crafts, art projects, home repair, model making, prototyping and more. No need for extruders, molds or epoxy systems.
HappyMorph is a lightweight thermoplastic which acts like clay when warm, but when it cools, It's a strong plastic.
1.Heat some water to approximate 150 degrees F. Water can easily be heated on a stove top or in a microwave oven. (You can also also heat HappyMorph using hot air from a heat gun or oven. The HappyMorph pellets must reach the same activation temperature. Once achieved, you can skip to step 5).
2.Pour HappyMorph pellets into the water. Do not worry if it is not enough to finish your project, you can always add more HappyMorph later.
3.Wait approximately two minutes or until white HappyMorph pellets turn clear and stick together. This is when you'sll know they are ready to mold. If they haven'st turned clear, try increasing the heat just a little bit.
4.Remove from the water and get rid of any remaining liquid between the pellets. Be sure to use tongs or some other type of tool (not your hands) as your HappyMorph will still be quite hot.
5.Once removed from water, HappyMorph will be cool enough to mold by hand. Form into desired shape with your hands, tools, molds, or any other means necessary.
6.Once you've got your HappyMorph creation finalized, let it cool to room temperature. You can place HappyMorph in ice water to speed up the setting process. Once completely cooled, HappyMorph will then be as solid and strong as before it was heated.