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CNC Molds made by Do-It Molds that are not in stock are currently taking 7-14 days
for us to receive them from Do-It Molds 

Do-It brand CNC MACHINED ALUMINUM SOFT BAIT MOLDS

Most Soft Bait molds require the use of  a hand injector. The injector is used to inject the heated liquid plastisol into the mold. Open Pour molds do not require an injector as you pour the plastisol into the mold by hand. Special Order molds that are ordered but not taken are subject to a 50% cancellation / re-stocking fee. 

Click on link below to see the entire list of available Softbait molds manufactured by Do-It Molds.

Do-It Mold's Canadian Dollar (2023) Price List (pdf)
for CNC softbait molds
updated May 30, 2023 (112kb pdf file)

Choose from over 300 CNC Machined SoftBait Molds. Every mold is precision CNC machined one at a time from a billet of aluminum. LureMaking.com keeps many in stock for same day shipping. Many listed below are in stock. Molds not in stock will usually ship to you in 7 to 14 days.

All prices are in Canadian Dollars.


Gary Yamamoto Senko Molds Tail Mold for Senko Ripper Molds Trout Worm Molds Midwest Finesse Mold (Ned Rig)

Claws, Tips, Skirts and Tails Frog & Toad Molds Tube Molds Carrot Stick Molds Craw Molds

Do-It Mold's Canadian Dollar (2023) Price List (pdf)
for stocked and special order CNC softbait molds
updated May 30, 2023 (112kb pdf file)

All prices are in Canadian Dollars.

Remember do not use your kitchen microwave oven to heat plastisol. 
Always heat your plastisol in a well ventilated area.

This is a very fun hobby, but you need to be safe as well. Do your homework first, wear proper safety clothes, equipment and ventilation, don't learn the hard way with 350 degree plastic.

There are several very good sites you can research different techniques, safety, and get support from others who have been doing this for a long time. No question is a dumb question. If you're not sure just pick up the phone and call us. That's why we list our phone number on the site.

Remember, this is really fun and extremely satisfying, but be safe and always use 2 clamps!

 

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