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About Ollie1016

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  2. Wouldn't mind having 20 kilos knocking about!
  3. 10 x 67 = 670oz 670 x 31.1= 20837g 20837/1000= 20.837kg @seXes close! Just 1 decimal point out
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    All the best with your deals you're making. Please keep me in the loop if you wish to sell quickly
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    Incredible price! I'd have taken the lot!
  6. To experiment with different shapes/dimensions, I brought a piece of 6mm acrylic off eBay. Never got around to cutting it up and casting, but I reckon it'd be good for casting from. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Clear-Acrylic-Perspex-Sheet-Custom-Cut-To-Size-Panels-Plastic-Panel-/162282859133?var=&hash=item25c8cfea7d:m:mbJwppBc0DHDoj644w7rSQg
  7. These are some of the sizes used in sets are; Mini Dominoes - About 1-3/16" long by 9/16" wide by 3/16" thick Standard Dominoes - About 1-7/8" long by 15/16" wide by 1/4" thick Professional Dominoes - About 2" long by 1" wide by 3/8" thick Jumbo Dominoes - About 2" long by 1" wide by 1/2" thick Tournament Dominoes - 2-3/16" long by 1-3/32" wide by 1/2" thick Ideally 925, as 999 will scratch up quite easy as we both know, but then how much abuse do you reckon they'd get? I don't have access to a rolling mill unfortunately 925 would be cheaper too, because scrap could just be used Have you got access to lost wax casting facilities @GoldBenj?
  8. Making dominos is next on my commission list when I start pouring again. I was planning on making 1oz dominos in .999 Each domino will be; able to stand up, hallmarked and the black dots will be enamelled. A rough boxed set price of £750 (28 dominos). Ideally some thick sterling sheet would be used, but that would cost a lot.
  9. You'd be like hulk after rolling all that out!