If you love Sugru but wish it was easier to reuse, check out Peter Marigold’s FORMcard. While Sugru is a silicone-based glue that starts soft and then hardens when exposed to air, FORMcard is a starch-based thermoplastic that starts out as a stiff pocket-sized sheet but becomes pliable when dunked in hot water.
FORMcard is great for temporarily fixing or augmenting various metal or plastic objects. You can even shape it into a crude tool. Its compact form makes it easy to carry, and as long as you have access to hot water you can make it pliable and reshape it repeatedly.
Pledge at least about $7 (USD) on Indiegogo to get a pack of three FORMcards as a reward.
[via The Red Ferret Journal]