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sculpey drip tips - make em shine?

Discussion in 'Cosmetic Mods' started by JewelzBagz, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. Prettycat191

    Prettycat191 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 1, 2011
    Plano, TX
    Ooh, thank you!
     
  2. Mr.Whitecloud

    Mr.Whitecloud Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 28, 2012
    Richmond B.C
    Very classy and a cheap way to dress up a rather drab e-cig
     
  3. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    Well I just wanted to add the tips I made last year since I just found this thread.

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  4. Lethalp

    Lethalp Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 29, 2011
    Indiana
    I am glad this thread keeps on going! I have finally started doing these myself, tho I must say since I had nothing to start with it would have been much cheaper to just buy them for $2. Doh! So my question is which method is making them the most shiny? Putting a coating on or polishing by hand? I don't have a dremel, but I did buy the steel wool and the sandpaper. Then I seen on a sculpey site that u you use several different grits, I only have the one, and I also seen that u are supposed to "wet" sand them. Is anyone doing that? Apparently the dust is a bad idea, I did not know that till I read it. I have not polished any of mine yet, so I will wait to see what others say. On another note I was on a quest to find something non toxic to put on them and I came up with butchers block conditioner.
     
  5. Digital-Dragon

    Digital-Dragon Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    This thread interests me. I already make my own mods and liquids, and I'm practicing making attys, so why not drip tips also...?
     
  6. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    What type of mods do you make?any pictures of them?
     
  7. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    double post self deleted.....
     
  8. Digital-Dragon

    Digital-Dragon Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    So far I have made four mods, the first was a Puck Mod in a mint tin, and the next 3 are 18650 mint tin mods. I'm about to build a vv one that I have all the parts for. I'll be starting a new thread in the Battery Mods section of ecf in the next few days.

    Edit: Here's the link, http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/battery-mods/279407-introducing-newmans-own-mod.html

    And I'm playing with sculpey now...
     
  9. Digital-Dragon

    Digital-Dragon Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    The o-rings I have are from madvapes. Great if you don't mind ordering online.
     
  10. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    I saw your mods just last night when I was going through the modding forum.Very nice mods Ive been wanting to do some.So far all Ive done are flashlight USB PT.Would it be cool to ask for help when I get into the other type mods from you?
     
  11. Digital-Dragon

    Digital-Dragon Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    Totally cool. These mint tin mods are really basic, and work really well. I have the parts to do usb charging in the mail though, and I'm about to build a double 18650 vv with volt meter whenever I get a chance to sit down and focus on it.

    So yeah, questions are good, and I'll help out as much as I'm able.
     
  12. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    That's awesome man please post pictures when you get done with it.
     
  13. Chopper71

    Chopper71 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 26, 2011
    Broadway,Virginia
    Not trying to high jack this thread but here is one that I did.

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  14. Digital-Dragon

    Digital-Dragon Super Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2011
    That looks real nice chopper.

    I know it's a passthrough, but I want to gather as much info as possible about usb mods of any sort here: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/battery-mods/276080-internal-usb-charging-best-safest-method.html
    Talk about how the usb works on your mods, we should probably take this conversation there, and let this thread get back to sculpey talk :)

    And feel free to ask anything about my 18650 newman's mods in the newman's thread.

    Oh, and I'm getting better at making symmetrical drip tips, but not picture quality yet...
     
  15. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    For those wondering about the safety of sculpey for vaping - MSDS lists it as:


    Quote:



    SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
    PRODUCT NAMES: SCULPEY
    SCULPEY III
    SUPER SCULPEY
    PRO SCULPT
    SCULPEY SCULP-A-DOLL
    SCULPEY LIVING DOLL
    SUPER ELASTICLAY
    SCULPEY MOLD MAKER
    SCULPEY MOLD MAKER
    & POLYMER CLAY CONDITIONER
    GRANITEX
    PREMO! SCULPEY
    SCULPEY SUPERFLEX BAKE & BEND CLAY
    AMAZING ERASER CLAY!
    PRODUCT SIZES: 28 GRAMS – 454 GRAMS
    PRODUCT CLASS: MODELING CLAY (OVEN HARDENING)

    SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
    None

    SECTION III - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
    BOILING POINT: N/A
    MELTING POINT: N/A
    VAPOR PRESSURE: N/A
    SPECIFIC VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1): N/A
    SPECIFIC GRAVITY: N/A
    SOLUBILITY IN WATER: N/A
    REACTIVITY IN WATER: NON-REACTIVE
    APPEARANCE AND ODOR: CLAY

    SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION INFORMATION
    FLASH POINT (METHOD): N/A
    AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: N/A
    EXPLOSION LIMITS IN AIR (% BY VOLUME): NOT EXPLOSIVE
    EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: NO SPECIAL MEDIA REQUIRED
    FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: NO SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES REQUIRED
    UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: NOT COMBUSTIBLE
    SECTION V - PHYSICAL HAZARDS/REACTIVITY
    HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION PRODUCTS: NONE
    STABILITY: STABLE CONDITIONS TO AVOID: NONE
    INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): NONE
    HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: NONE
    SECTION VI - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
    PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LEVEL: SEE SECTION II FOR COMPONENT PEL/TLVs
    PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY: EYE, SKIN, INHALATION, AND INGESTION
    EFFECTS AND SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE EXPOSURE: NONE EXPECTED
    EFFECTS AND SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE: NONE EXPECTED
    CARCINOGEN LISTING: NTP: NO IARC: NO OSHA: NO
    SEE SECTION II FOR COMPONENTS AFFECTED
    MEDICAL CONDITIONS USUALLY AGGRAVATED BY OVER EXPOSURE TO THIS PRODUCT: NONE
    FIRST AID MEASURES: NONE REQUIRED.
    NO ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTS EXPECTED.
    SECTION VII - SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
    PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN DURING STORAGE AND HANDLING: NONE REQUIRED
    STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE A MATERIAL IS SPILLED: NONE REQUIRED
    WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: DISPOSE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.

    SECTION VIII - PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT/CONTROL MEASURES
    RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SPECIAL VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS: NONE REQUIRED
    OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (GLOVES, GOGGLES, ETC): NONE REQUIRED
    WORK/HYGIENE PRACTICES: Do not heat above 175 degrees C (350 degrees F), allow to come in contact with an open flame or use with a hot knife or wire

    SECTION IX - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND WARNINGS
    THIS INFORMATION SHEET IS FOR CONSUMER USE ONLY

    SECTION X - COLOR INFORMATION
    THIS MSDS APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING COLORS WHICH ARE ASSOCIATED WITH HAZARDOUS AND/OR NONHAZARDOUS
    INGREDIENTS:
    Products Colors with Hazardous Ingredients
    SCULPEY none
    SCULPEY III none
    SUPER SCULPEY none
    PRO SCULPT none
    SCULPEY SCULP-A-DOLL none
    SCULPEY LIVING DOLL none
    SUPER ELASTICLAY none
    SCULPEY MOLD MAKER none
    SCULPEY MOLD MAKER none
    & POLYMER CLAY CONDITIONER
    GRANITEX none
    PREMO! SCULPEY none
    SCULPEY SUPERFLEX BAKE & BEND CLAY none
    AMAZING ERASER CLAY! none
    __________________________________________________
    Form Completed by: Larry L. Cook, PhD, DABT
    Duke University
    03/09/05

     
  16. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    According to the post above it is good up to 350* - far more than would be comfortable to put your lips on.
     
  17. Lethalp

    Lethalp Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 29, 2011
    Indiana
    Thanks for posting Master! That will surely help ppl with their questions about polymer clay. I use mine everyday, no issues :)
     
  18. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    hopefully I will have time to do a few this weekend. I also want to make some LavaTube stands...maybe I will make a little "cup" to test how absorbent it is and resistance/leakage into juice. I would LOVE to make some tank caps out of it!

    It was on sale when I went to get it (2$ a small brick) so I got red, redder red, orangeish (on clearance for 77c), black, translucent, grey, gray, white, metalic silver, metallic pewter and a few others.

    all in all about 11 colors for under 20$. Not bad!
     
  19. Lethalp

    Lethalp Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 29, 2011
    Indiana
    Tank caps? Interesting :)
    Please let me know how your experiments with the cup goes, I too would love to know. I have not had any softening or anything with mine, and I vape dc LR cartos, at bout 4.2 to 4.5v, but I don't drip with them, maybe I will give it a shot.
     
  20. MASTER0FDAMPF

    MASTER0FDAMPF Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2011
    Philly
    I want to see if I can make something like these:
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    lavatank - Google Search

    But with changable drip tips. I may need to get stronger clay (Fimo is quite a bit stronger than the sculpey from my reading), but just to probve the concept. Also, sculpey IS waterproof once it cures :)
     
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