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  1. PMC3 Fine Silver Clay (999) 25g
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    PMC3™ is the strongest fine silver metal clay available. It has a finer, smoother composition that’s easy to work with and manipulate. You can also embed findings with confidence--firing at a low temperature means they won’t be heat-damaged. PMC3 is suitable for torch-firing as well as kiln-firing. Each package contains 25g of metal.

    Composition: Metal powder (90%), water and organic binder (10%)

    Color: Pickle white

    Physical Properties:

    • Firing temperature: 1,650°F (900°C) for two hours to achieve highest hardness and

    maximum durability; or 1,110°F (600°C) for 45 minutes; or 1,200°F (650°C) for 20

    minutes; or 1,290°F (700°C) for 10 minutes.

    • Melting point: 1,762°F (960°C)

    • Density after firing: 9.3 S.G. (rolled silver = 10.5 S.G.)

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  2. PMC3 Fine Silver Slip (999) 15g jar
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    15g of fine silver paste (slip) (paste) comes ready to use. Meant for repairs, connecting clay parts and adding details to your designs. When fired at 1,650° for two hours, PMC3 is the strongest fine silver metal clay available. It has a finer, smoother composition that’s easy to work with and manipulate. You can also embed findings with confidence--firing at a low temperature means they won’t be heat-damaged. PMC3 is suitable for torch-firing as well as kiln-firing. Learn More
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