You can buy a tube of sun cure ( liquid fiberglass for surfboard repairs ) put one coat on as smooth as you can over the plastic, let it cure in the sun then sand it smooth. After you get it to your liking give it a paint job and it will look nice.
You could flatten it with a bread roller, cut it into a squared off base, and use a small hot air gun to weld walls onto the base, then fill in all the corners by hand with small amounts, the heat transfer should help smooth out the edges.
I’m glad this stuff exists, I might need to get some. Nice find.
This stuff could BE the mold for fiber glassing. And also custom riser pads, and nose protectors, and REMOTE CASES.
My only concern is that I live in the desert and my esc does get really hot.
I’m sure risers would be fine though.
I got some thermo-morph from amazon and over the weekend I spent about 8 hours working this stuff into a remote case. It’s not as easy to work with as I thought, but It is really solid once it’s cooled. [quote=“thisrealhuman, post:7, topic:9740”]
You could flatten it with a bread roller,
I was WRONG. You can however bake a sheet as thick as you want in a breadpan by melting one layer at a time, the beads stick and fill in gaps perfectly. I cooled mine in the fridge and it had a texture on top, might be smooth if cooled slow.