I’ve recently discovered sand-casting, which is a very cheap and very awesome way of casting metal parts at home. You can make your own car parts, robot parts, science projects or artistic sculptures – anything!
About David Cole
During the day, you can find David at Phinney Bischoff Design House where he works as a graphic designer. David creates and sells jewelry on the side – including goldsmithing and custom engagement rings, you can find more about his work at at davidcolecreative.com and in his Flickr feed.
You can find David on Twitter @davidscole.
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