"Crude prototypes won't show you off in the best light. You need a cheap way to build a better one." -- Entrepreneur Magazine, Aug. 2001 (Page 120,121)
"The process that Ben showed us is surprisingly simple...A home business could easily be launched using these mold making techniques." -- Invention to Market News, Sidnee Cox
"These very inexpensive tooling techniques produce metal, plastic and ceramic parts in quantity..." -- American Survival Guide magazine
"This video is frighteningly thorough... is exceptional and gives all the information that you could need. I recommend it wholeheartedly." -- Military Modelcraft International Magazine, Vol.7. No.1 (UK)
"We've been so impressed with this videotape since we saw it...we can't wait to...try it out!" -- British Car magazine, Gary Anderson
From the Publisher
The techniques presented in "Reproduce Almost Anything" have been used by the author, Ben Ridge, for more than thirty years, both as a Plastics Instructor and as an inventor. Virtually every invention that Mr. Ridge has put into production was first developed and fine tuned, using the techniques presented in this video/workbook combination.
Ben had taught so many inventors how to use silicone molds over the years that he decided to create a series of videotape/workbook combinations that any creative person could use silicone molds to inexpensively exploit their own ideas. "Reproduce Almost Anything" is the first of this series.
Several of Ben's former students are inventors, Special Effects Technicians, and Special Effects Directors in the movie industry.