FORMcard is a Sheet of Bioplastic That Can Be Molded When Dipped in Water

By: Cadhla Gray - Nov 16, 2015
References: kickstarter & psfk
FORMcard is a revolutionary type of moldable plastic that becomes bendable and soft after it has been dipped in hot water. What starts out as a solid sheet of bioplastic turns into a clay-like form that can be molded into objects, fix things or added on to objects. Once the material has dried it becomes a strong, solid nylon-like plastic.

The bioplastic material itself is not new, however its form is usually in small balls that are hard to use and very messy as opposed to this handy pocket-sized card.

The FORMcard is an excellent alternative for things that can not be easily repaired using superglue. For instance, materials that need to be reinforced or have snapped can be mended back together with this moldable plastic wrapped around. Excellent for any handyman or woman and a good tool to have in any kitchen drawer, the FORMcard is useful in a variety of situations.