From this point, your two main options are filing and sanding.
I decided that I would use what I know and make it from plaster which I had kicking around. Thank you so much.
Things You'll Need Surgeon's knife. I am not getting where you pour. Dunk too soon and the metal may crack -- dunk too late and it will be hard to remove all the plaster from the hardened metal.
Place your metal of choice in a pouring crucible, then melt it inside a foundry. One example of this is the "pewter figurines" often sold in dollar stores, which are almost pure lead. You then fill in the hollow part with silver. All models in this article were 3D printed with ABS first and then used to create molds for silver casting. Great advice, but it is not entirely true that modern pewter contains no lead. A film will appear on the piece and you can evaluate your work.
It's a rectangular piece 1X1X4" long , that has two 'rings' around itself, made out of steel. Use a pair of pliers to handle it or just wait for it to cool down before handling. Made Recently. I am making and selling home made rings and your instructable is very informativ.
By windswept and interesting windswept gallery Follow. The plaster should begin dissolving away as you shake it around the cold water. How to Cloisonne Enamel.
Mix the dry ingredients of the gypsum plaster-based investment mold material with water, as per manufacturer's directions. Chissy 6 years ago on Introduction. This is very informative.
Start simple for now, as complex molds are much harder to keep together at first. Building Books windswept and interesting Reply 7 years ago on Introduction. Engrave a well, runner and a riser into on side of the double sided mold. Through a lost-wax processing, the plaster cast hardened and became a form.