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  • Prototype Materials represents Sika Deutschland GmbH. This video has been uploaded with kind permission of Sika Tooling & Composites & John Burn Ltd (UK). Its runs through the process for producing a low cost and effective metal sheet forming tool using a combination of SikaBlock board and Sika Biresin. The SikaBlock M950 tooling board has now been upgraded with the SikaBlock M940. You can also use SikaBlock M960 & SikaBlock M970 to achieve similar results.

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