After two weeks of cutting paper and cardboard, I cannot help but wonder:
Would molten Polymorph soak a piece of paper? Has anyone tried this yet? Think of all the hot applications!
8ik (just ordered half a kg)
sulfurized cooking paper maybe ?
it's heat resistant, grease and waterproof
or "bakewell paper" which is a siliconised non-stiking baking paper
Or that is what I am hoping anyway.
Can you poor molten polymorph? If so, then the traditional approach would be to make a master template in wood or something then make a negative using, say, wet sand (which would be firm enough to hold its shape. Then poor the polymorph into the sand and let it set. I'm sure there's a load of technical terms that I don't know, but you get the thingy.
you could do it like a candle, dip the paper in and take it out till it gets coated then do whatever you want with it
i have never tried this because i dont have pmorph, but it might work