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Well my foam casting didn't do so well. It was a great success for the first few inches, but then I'm not sure what happened beyond that. Sorry for the crappy picture. I really need a better digital camera :( At any rate the piece again flamed up like before! I can't believe I didn't read that in anyone else's pages. I had no idea that I was going to have flames every time I did foam casting. It isn't really a problem, now that I will be prepared for it, but it sure does make things more challenging.

Is anyone else experiencing flames whenever they pour in on their foam?

I plan on trying this again. I may even try it with dry sand this time? I'm not sure. At any rate, it was fun and it was a great test of the foam cutting process. I will improve my skills further, by trying again *grin*

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