Oil-based clays are made from various combinations of oils, waxes, and clay minerals. Because the oils do not evaporate like water, oil-based clays remain malleable even when left in dry environments for long periods. Articles made from oil-based clays cannot be fired.
Oil-based clays are also suitable for the creation of detailed sculptures from which molds can be made. Castings and reproductions can then be produced from much more durable materials. Cars and airplanes may be created using industrial design-grade modelling clay.
Le Beau Touché and Le Beau Touché HM: can be heated to a semi molten state, to brush or trowel, at
approximately 185-210 oF, however it will not reach a viscosity suitable to pour.
NSP: can be brushed at 180 oF and poured at 185 oF. When cooled, the clay tends to feel harder than the original
but can be kneaded back to a firmness and consistency similar to the original clay. Repeated cycle of melting and
cooling will eventually cause irreversible hardening.
Y2 Klay: can be brushed at 180 oF. Flow improves with higher temperature and can be poured at around 195-210
oF; the higher the temperature, the better the flow. However, after the clay cools, the hardness is proportional to
the melt temperature. The increase in hardness is irreversible.
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