Wednesday, February 29, 2012

New Products From Green Stuff Industries!

Green Stuff and Milliput examples created using each Tentacle Maker.

Green Stuff Industries is proud to announce the release of 3 new products! Further, those of you who have already purchased a SAW-050 can simply pay the difference (plus Shipping and Handling) to receive the new offerings and have a complete Tentacle Maker Tool Box (see below for details)!  Please go to the Shop Green Stuff Industries page to place your order.

3 TM Patterns NEW Groove comparison for a 1’ section of Tentacle Maker work surface.

The new products are…

The SAW-020,…
A 0.020” peak-to-peak sawtooth pattern that yields the finer detail professional modelers require.

The VEX-040,…
A 0.040” concave groove pattern that produces a ringed “armadillo tail” appearance.
These two new tools also come with a modified upper plate that is tapered on one edge! This prevents the groove pattern from deflecting when making tentacles. But, if you want that more organic look to your tentacles, simply use the un-tapered edge.

Kick Out
Deflection at “A” causes misalignment of “B” and “C” when using flat edge of upper plate.

Minimal Kick Out 
Minimal deflection at “A” keeps “B” and “C” in near perfect alignment when using the tapered edge.

…and the Tentacle Maker Tool Box!
All three Tentacle Makers can be purchased individually or they can be acquired as a complete set called the Tentacle Maker Tool Box for just $34.95!

All three one low price 
Already Own the SAW-050?
For those of you early adopters who bought the SAW-050 before February 27th, 2012 just email Green Stuff Industries at tentaclemaker(at)gmail(dot)com with your request and we’ll be happy to work out the details with you. We’ll send you both new Tentacle Makers for $19.00 (plus Shipping and Handling) so you can work hose and tentacle magic with a complete set of Green Stuff Industries tools!


  1. Awww...dangit. One more reason to spend money. I'd say I hate you guys, but I don't. extremely useful tool you've created. Can't wait to get my hands on one.

    1. Miniature Tim? Great blog, man! Your tutorial on force weapons is awesome!

      Once you complete your tentacle/hose project, drop me an email and I'd be happy to include it in the GSI Gallery.


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