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      • Standard plasticine, coloured
        „handicraft plasticine“, comes in foil package
        11 Variants
        Standard plasticine, coloured
        from 3,60 €
      • Gedeo modeling paste
        non-siccative modeling and moulding material, wax based, reusable as often as you want
         
        Gedeo modeling paste
        from 7,50 €
      • Model'Art animation plasticine, coloured
        high quality thermoplastic “animation clay, thermostable up to bis 55 °C , water-resistant, lightfast, extra fine texture, conforms to the EU toy guidelines (DIN EN 71), comes in foil package
        10 Variants
        Model'Art animation plasticine, coloured
        from 31,50 €
      • Becks Plastilin modelling clay for children
        made of microcrystalline waxes, pure paraffin oil and mineral fillers, food safe, conforms to EN71 toy safey norms, approved by consumer advocates Öku-Test (ecological test) and Spiel Gut (play well)
        4 Variants
        Becks Plastilin modelling clay for children
        from 1,65 €
      • Eberhard Faber modelling clay for school
        made from calcium carbonate, paraffin wax, white mineral oil and pigment colours, will not dry out, stays soft and workable
         
        Eberhard Faber modelling clay for school
        from 5,50 €
      • Glow-in-the-dark modelling clay
        handicrafts plasticine, bright yellow, phosphorescent (noctilucent)
         
        Glow-in-the-dark modelling clay
        from 4,40 €
      • Mould making plasticine
        sulphur-free, for working in conjunction with interlinking silicone additives (non-inhibiting), comes in foil package
        2 Variants
        Mould making plasticine
        from 6,70 €
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      Information about Plasticine

      Plasticine is the epitome of the group of modelling materials that remain pliable without drying out. As a rule, it is made from natural raw materials. These consist of binding agents (e.g. wax, paraffin), fillers (e.g. kaolin) and colouring materials.

      It was invented in 1880 by the pharmacist Franz Kolb from Munich. He called his brand new material “Plastilin” at the time. The pharmacy suddenly became a company that produced, and still produces to this day, the “real” plasticine using the original recipe.

      Uses: Nowadays, plasticine is sold by other manufacturers with many different applications in mind: as “dough” it is a very popular handicrafts material; in architectural model making it is used to make basic planning models (undetailed); sculptors use it for modelling studies; in the making of moulds it is used as a “blocking-out” agent or as a placeholder when making mould supports; animators appreciate the pliability of plasticine because it allows them to generate movement in their figures with very little effort, etc, etc.

      In view of the various areas of use, alongside the original Münchner artists´plasticine we also carry many other modelling materials at different price levels which are non-drying and forever pliable as well. The special characteristics of these individual materials can be found described in the text at each one separately.

      Treatment: Many manufacturers describe plasticine as a thermoplastic modelling material because its pliability and mouldability increases as the temperature rises. When warmed by hand, it has the consistency of short crust dough. Plasticine should not be worked with at temperatures higher than 40 °C to 45 °C. If used as a modelling material, it can be worked with and shaped by hand or MODELLING TOOLS just like clay. Smaller objects do not normally require a base body – larger shapes, however, should be built on a substructure (armature).

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