DIY blog DO IT has rescued an old tutorial from the abyss of a now-defunct weblog on how to copy vinyl records with silicone and liquid plastic. Both of the products are available from Smooth-On, Inc. and the process is pretty simple—you just need a glass plate and some wooden strips to make a box in which you'll cast the copy. Then it's just a matter of pouring on the silicone to make a mold, and pouring the plastic into that mold. Hit the link for the full instructions.
Backup Your Vinyl Collection By Casting Copies
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