Non-audio DIY


I’m building a prototype for a non-audio project. There is a junction between male and female connectors that will disconnect frequently. The female connector is now built and shaped like a hollow 4 leaf clover - 1/4” diameter, 1/8” depth. I would like to use this female as a mold to create a male impression using a media such as a slow-curing epoxy. Two questions: Any suggestions as to what kind of epoxy? And what kind of oil or such to put on the female mold so that the epoxy doesn’t stick to it? Thx!
steakster
I can't tell what epoxy to use, but I've used synthetic wax on molds as a release agent for composite layups. Apply it just as you would to a car.