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PMC Classic 31 GM


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Product Code: 100980

PMC 31Gram Classic PMC silver clay and gold clay both, can be worked with the fingers and with simple tools to create a vast range of forms and surfaces unobtainable or too laborious with traditional techniques. New PMC3 contains even smaller particles of silver making it the strongest and lowest fired PMC product available. When PMC is heated to high temperatures, the binder burns away and the metal particles fuse to form solid metal 99.9% pure that can be sanded, soldered, colored, and polished like conventional material. Finishing is almost as versatile as the forming process. A soft brass brush is one of the best ways to begin burnishing your new creation, followed by a polishing compound and even metal polishing tools. Silver PMC can be colored with liver of sulfur an excellent oxidizer, or colorants and soldered as with conventional metals. For Embedding Objects Into PMC+ Try; Cubic Zirconia, Synthetic Ruby, Synthetic Sapphire, High Fired Ceramics, Enamel Powder, and More! Work, roll, cut, shape and fire versatile PMC+™ like clay. After firing, it comes out of your oven as a pure silver object. PMC+ shrinks less and has a stronger molecular bond than original formula PMC®. It fires at a lower temperature, allowing you to combine sterling findings with your PMC+ before firing. Create jewelry, beads, components—anything you can do with clay, you can do with PMC! Composition: Metal powder (100% fine silver), water and organic binder Shrinkage: 12% Physical Properties: • Firing temperature: 1650°F (899°C) for two hours to achieve highest hardness and maximum durability; or 1470°F (800°C) for 30 minutes; or 1560°F (850°C) for 20 minutes; or 1650°F (900°C) for 10 minutes. • Melting point: 960°C (1762°F) • Density after firing: 9.15 S.G. (rolled silver = 10.5 S.G.) • Color: Pickle white Price subject to changes without notice due to fluctuations in the precious metal market.
Please note PMC has a strong adverse reaction to contact with aluminium. Do not use aluminium tools are allow your PMC clay to come in contact with aluminium.