Thanks guys. . .I would be very interested in seeing those pic's of the parts you made mpower.
. . .as far as casting goes. . .that's something I've been wanting to start dabbling in anyway, and poly would probably be a good, cheap way to get started. . .you guys think just melting the raw material, pouring, and cooling would work? I don't know much about this stuff so I don't know if melting it would affect it's properties/durometer rating or anything like that.
from what i have seen it,s a two part ingredient that you mix together there is a reaction between the two and there,s a time frame where the stuff is in a liquid state , you pour it into the mold and let it cure . repeat as needed , one of my buddies makes poly spring pocket inserts for his a-arms using the method .