WOW...what a finish. The top of the mold looks like a mirror and not a single air bubble can be seen. Compared to my old molds where you can see the air bubbles right below the sureface.
Im glad I stopped casting 4 months ago and waited till now. I'm looking at all the molds I have made so far without a pressure pot...as good as they are...OUCH...Im throwing them all away. I am going to try and find some kind of gasket material, maybe a mason jar something along that line. I dont mind babtsetting a leaking pressure pot right now, but I can tell it will get old real quick.
Anyways, in these next 2 pictures, what I am trying to show is that while the texture of the silicone is somewhat rough, there are no air bubbles. Of particular interest is look how smooth the alignment holes are. I plan to take my time making the molds. Even if it means babysitting the pressure pot because of a slow leak. The results are so worth it. I can hardly wait to try out the clear resin to see how it will work. A Clear Centaurus. I can finally get my Chess set done.