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  1. I think you'll find the one Travis mentioned to be the most common. There are some folks that have used stepper motors as well.
  2. Looks like they're selling ultra molds as well. No idea how long that's been since I don't usually look in that section.
  3. I would but he really doesn't have anything I want. His super high speed offset presto pot stirrer looked interesting but it's not even shown on the site now.
  4. They haven't had a lot of things "in stock" since long before covid....
  5. I won't ship less than 100 baits... Just not worth it. Charge a fair price for the baits and have the buyer pay the $7.00 or so shipping... It's well worth their while to buy 300 or so at a time.
  6. Del made an awesome 6.75 cut tail mold...
  7. I usually use the padded flat rate envelopes. You can fit more in them that the regular flat rate envelopes or the small flat rate boxes for the same cost.
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    Craws

    If you want something similar to the rage craw look at the BTS 706.
  9. Spray some wd-40 in the tube, push a rag through it once or twice and you're good to go.
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    Injectors

    Cheap is never good and good is never cheap...
  11. Yes, they do. I have one injector dedicated to shooting with glass beads. Inside is pretty scratched up but still works great.
  12. If I remember correctly, Bait Plastics is the manufacturer of polysol. Dead On used sell polysol under their label, but now use a different supplier. I currently use Bait Plastics and haven't had any issues with it.
  13. You need to heat the plastic to 350 for it to fully convert. When I cook plastic, I take it to 350 and add my colorant. Then I let it cool to 320 - 330 before I add glitter and pour. Subsequent reheats don't need to go over 320 or whenever the plastic just gets pourable again.
  14. What temp are you pouring at? The cooler the plastic, the better the glitter will stay suspended.
  15. I disassemble the glue gun and thread the end where the stick goes in to screw onto the valve outlet. When I'm using the pot I have the glue gun tip plugged in and never have any issues with the plastic flowing.
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