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Aquarium Decoration
 Aquarium Decoration
Aquarium Decoration
Smooth-On Rubber, Plastic and Foam For Amazing Aquatic Displays
Our tutorials will show you step-by-step how to make sea anemones, coral, sea fans, sea sponge, rock scapes and more.  These materials allow you to make custom shapes, sizes and colored display pieces that are hyper-realistic. There Are No Limits To What You Can Create!

 Watch Free Tutorials On How To Make:
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button_play_16 Semi-Rigid Plastic Sea Fan
button_play_16 Resin Finger Coral
button_play_16 Resin Sea Sponge
button_play_16 Resin Cast Live Rock
button_play_16 Foam Aquarium Backdrop

Why Smooth-On for Custom Aquarium Decorations?
 - Aquarium safe
 - Amazing detail
 - Incredible cost savings
 - Eliminates reef harvesting

Architectural Restoration
 Architectural Restoration
Architectural Restoration
Image of a mold maker using brush on rubber on an architectural element. Smooth-On products have been used around the world for over 60 years to restore old or create new architectural elements.
Some High Profile Restoration Projects That Have Used Smooth-On Mold Rubbers and other materials;
In The USA
The White House (Washington, DC)
Saint Patrick's Cathedral (New York City)
William Penn Building (Philadelphia, PA)
Union Station (St. Louis, MO)
Coliseum Theatre (Seattle, WA)

Grand Central Station (New York City)
Smithsonian Museum (Washington, DC)
Kansas City Train Sta. (Kansas City, MO)
Texas Stadium (Arlington, TX)
San Francisco City Hall (SF, CA)

Around The World
The Kremlin Building (Moscow, Russia)
Venice Opera House (Venice, Italy)
Korean Opera House (Seoul, Korea)
Frankfurt Opera House (Frankfurt, Germany)
Atlantis Casino (Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Windsor Castle (Windsor, UK)
El Liceo Opera House (Barcelona, Spain)
Cape Town Aquarium (Cape Town, SA)
Urban Culture Center (Beijing, China)
Museum of Science (Caracas, Venezuela)
Image of a detailed restoration piece.Smooth-On mold rubbers are easy to use and offer maximum versatility for any restoration project.

Choose A Chemistry;  We offer mold rubbers based on urethane, silicone or polysulfide technology.

Choose How You Want To Apply The Rubber;  Mold rubber can be brushed-on, poured-on, pressed on by hand or sprayed onto original ornament.

We offer everything you need to do it yourself, including the best technical help available anywhere. We can also refer you to pros that can do it for you.

Materials For Automotive Applications

Liquid Resins and Rubbers for:

  • Reproduction of hard to find, or out of production, plastic parts.

Expanding Flexible Foams for:

  • Restoration of seat cushions on older vehicles and motorcycles.

Gel Coat or Laminating Epoxy Resins and Putty for:

  • Construction of strong, lightweight tooling.
  • Composite Fiberglass or Carbon Fiber parts.
Right: Make reusable silicone vacuum bags that reduce labor costs, eliminate consumables, and offer dramatic time savings over standard methods.

Above: Smooth-On’s Crystal Clear® Resins and Mold Max® silicone rubber were used to make replacement lenses and corner lights for Ford Motor Company’s restoration of “The Red Buses Of Glacier National Park” in Montana by TDM Company (Livonia, MI)


Image of faux fruit candles.From the largest international candle making conglomerates to home hobbyists that enjoy making their own candles for family and friends, Smooth-On urethane and silicone mold rubbers are the supplies used to make custom molds for casting wax.

You can reference the below ‘step-by-step' how to pictorials to learn how to make your own candles.Image of custom-shaped candles.

Also, there are a couple of variables that will help determine which mold rubber supplies are right for your candle making project.

Click here to learn what these variables are in our Frequently Asked Questions section.

Can we help you select a mold rubber for your wax casting project?
Contact our technical support department and we'll do our best to help you.

Concrete Casting
 Concrete Casting
Concrete Casting
Concrete casting pros from around the world know Smooth-On liquid rubber products as the industry standard for making rubber molds that have the abrasion resistance and tear strength needed to keep production moving.

Casting concrete into rubber molds made with Smooth-On Rubber lets you make perfect copies of any original every time! Smooth-On rubbers can be applied right at the job site. They can be brushed on, poured on, or sprayed onto a model. Molds are ready for casting in a day and last in production...saving you time, labor, and material costs.

Smooth-On mold rubbers are used everyday to make architectural elements, concrete stone veneer, formliners, concrete countertops, GFRC panels, concrete statues and furniture and the list goes on.

GFRC for Architectural Formwork


Click here to view EZ-Mix Machine owners manual.

Educators And Students Services
 Educators And Students Services
Educators And Students Services
Smooth-On works with teachers and students at colleges/universities all over the world in an effort to educate people on how liquid rubbers, plastics, foams and other materials can be used for an infinite number of applications.

Smooth-On works with colleges/universities in a couple of ways;

1. Smooth-On is pleased of offer discounts on Smooth-On materials to the college community.  Click here for information on qualifying for a Teacher/Student Discount.

2. Smooth-On and Smooth-On distributors will also conduct how-to" seminars at your venue that will introduce students to;

educatorsseminar2_200 › The Basics of Mold Making & Casting
› Differentmaterials available for making molds
› Different materials available for casting
› How to be successful using these materials
› How these materials are used around the world
Seminars can run 2 - 4 hours in length and are presented in an easy-to-understand format that includes slides, video and hands-on demonstration of materials. Student questions are definitely encouraged.
Required - minimum of 25 students, maximum of 30 students per class. If the college can provide audio/visual equipment for the broadcast of the seminar onto a large screen, attendance is not limited.

Also required; 2 x 8' tables, 1 large garbage can.

Like Smooth-On seminars held at Smooth-On headquarters in Easton, PA, these "college" seminars are very popular and are reserved months in advance. Please reserve a seminar at your college/university as far in advance as possible.

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Encapsulation and Display
 Encapsulation and Display
Encapsulation and Display
Image of encapsulations done with silicone rubber.

Some Smooth-On silicone rubbers , urethane rubbers , urethane liquid plastics and epoxy resins are used for specific encapsulation and display applications depending on the project.

Each material has performance properties (such as optically clear or electrically insulative) that make it suitable for an encapsulation application above all others.
Smooth-On also manufactures silicone rubber material designed specifically for solar cell encapsulation.

Firearms Related Applications
 Firearms Related Applications
Firearms Related Applications

Who Uses These Materials?

Firearms Manufacturers, Holster Makers, Law Enforcement,
Gun Stock Fabricators, Prop Makers, Museums,
Government Agencies,
Target Manufacturers...

Step By Step Photo and Video Sequences
Recreating a 19th Century piece
of American History

Making a reproduction of an
original Kentucky rifle.
  Gallery Image
Mold Created of Flintlock Trigger Guard
used in the Lost Wax Casting Process

Molding and Casting a Replica
Mid 19th Century Deer Bone Handle Knife

What Have Other People Done With These Products?

TASK® 16 liquid urethane plastic prop pistol cast in MoldStar® 16 silicone rubber mold.

TASK® 8 casting of a Nicolas Hawk Kentucky rifle.

Colt 45 pistol grips cast in various urethane resin with SO-Strong® tints, Metal, and CastMagic® powders.

Initial coat of Rebound® 25 silicone mold rubber is brushed over original 1840 longrifle.

FlowerTASK® 16 prop casting of a MP-5 assault rifle.

Mold Star® 15 silicone rubber poured over an early powder horn.

Brass and Nickel Silver metal powders used in Metal Cold Cast technique for longrifle.

Demold of Smooth-Cast® 320 resin casting of longrifle from a Rebound® 25 mold.

Final touches of paint complete exact reproduction of mid 19th century longrifle cast using Smooth-Cast® 320.

1792 powder horn cast in SmoothCast® 65D and painted to match original.

Circa 1820 patch knife cast with Smooth-Cast® 65D semi-rigid urethane resin.

Webley flare gun mold created from Mold Max® 30 silicone.

Food Safe Materials
 Food Safe Materials
Food Safe Materials
Have you ever wondered how to make a custom candy mold, make your own custom or personalized chocolate molds, or even make molds for fondant or cakes?
Some Smooth-On Platinum Silicones are certified safe for food contact!

dsc_3323_web_120Pouring chocolate into an Equinox mold
Smooth-Sil® 940 , The Sorta Clear® Series and the Equinox® Series are suitable for making baking molds and trays, ice trays, casting butter, chocolate and other applications used to produce foods.

Our TASK® 11 resin can also be used for dry food contact applications.

image77902full_120Cast candy gaming dice

Cast chocolate coins
The possibilities are nearly endless; from candy casting, to high-detail cake making applications.  Ice sculptures, butter sculptures, even molds for baking breads and cakes can be made from these materials!
Cast candy lollipops and Smooth-Sil 940 mold

Home Projects and Hobbies
 Home Projects and Hobbies
Home Projects and Hobbies
Looking for a new hobby? Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams are ideal for a variety of home hobbies and arts & crafts projects.

Key Products For Hobbyists

Image of a simple mold making project you can do at home.Smooth-On's easy to use OOMOO silicone mold rubber is perfect for the hobbyist and can be used to reproduce detail of any small or simple model. Smooth-Cast 300 liquid plastic can then be poured into your OOMOO mold to make an exact copy of your original. Great for school projects (note; these materials require adult supervision at all times).

What Kind Of Hobby & Craft Projects?

• Basic Mold Making and Casting For School or Home ProjectsImage of a science fair project done with Smooth-On urethane foam.
Give your student an edge by using Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams to create interesting models, science projects, ocean / seascapes, topographical representations and more. Your student will learn how useful these materials can be for future projects. (Important; adult supervision essential. Children should not use these materials without adult supervision.)

• Smooth-On plastics are used to create eye-catching resin jewelry.

• Lifecasting - Making a lasting keepsake of your child's hand or face is safe and easy with Alja-Safe alginate. The Alja-Safe Starter Kit has everything you need to be successful.

Smooth-On rubbers, plastics, foams, epoxies, Matrix products and other materials have exceptional physical and mechanical properties that make them suitable for a variety of industrial and military applications.

Image of an industrial rubber gasket.Smooth-On Rubbers - Urethanes, Silicones and Polysulfides available in hardnesses ranging from softer than your skin to harder than a car tire and everything in between. Industrial rubber applications include:
• Rubber Gaskets
• Abrasion Resistant Ball Mill Liners
• Impact Resistant Rubbers
• Sprayable Rubber
• Chemical Resistant Industrial Rollers
• Silicone Print Pads
• High Tensile Strength Rubbers
• Rubber to Metal Bonding

Image of urethane resin industrial hardware.Smooth-On Urethane Plastics - From the general purpose "Smooth-Cast" resin line to the specialty "TASK" performance urethane plastic line and castable epoxies, there are many industrial plastic products to choose from for applications that include:
• High Impact Resistance
• High Heat Resistance
• Fast Cycle Time
• Unbreakable In Ultra-Thin Sections
• Plastics Designed For Rotational Casting
• Trowelable Onto Vertical or Inverted Surfaces
• Sprayable Plastic
• Sprayable Foam Coating

Image of foam being formed into an industrial piece.Smooth-On Rigid & Flexible Foams - Easy to use, premium formulations with premium physical and performance properties compared to commercially available "packing" foams, Applications for these industrial foam materials include:
Flexible Foams
• Cushioning
• Flexible Foam Repair
• Orthotic and Orthopedic
Rigid Foams
• Lightweight Reinforcement
• Industrial Rigid Cast Foam Parts
• Industrial Adhesive

Matrix NEO - is a low cost polymer modified gypsum casting material that has unique application properties. NEO is far stronger and more weather resistant than ordinary gypsum and can be cast solid or mixed with Matrix fiber for hand lay-up applications. Neo castings made with Matrix fiber are thin, lightweight and "hit it with a hammer" strong. They can be painted, sanded, machined and polished. Matrix NEO is also certified flame resistant by Underwriter's Laboratories. 

Smooth-On Epoxy Adhesives- Smooth-On has been making adhesives since 1895 and today supplies all major automobile manufacturers worldwide, every airline in the world, all branches of the US Military and thousands of industrial customers. These are not adhesives that you can find at the hardware store and offer exceptional bonding properties for a variety of industrial applications.

Click here to contact our technical support line to discuss your project.
We'll help you select the Smooth-On material that's right for you.


Smooth-On Alja-Safe alginate and Body Double silicone rubber have become Hollywood favorites and industry standards for capturing / reproducing detail from the human body.  Formulated to be entirely skin safe mold materials (both are certified skin safe), these products are used for;

Image of life casting a hand with alginate.
Small projects – Application example;  reproducing infant’s hands and feet to make forever-lasting  castings of a new birth event.  Also, reproducing finger prints by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies).

Intermediate projects – Application example; reproducing detail of someone’s fingers, hands, feet or a face for school art projects, making movie special effects or making orthotic and orthopedic appliances, making medical training aids and more.

Image of a full body life casting with skin safe silicone.
Large projects – reproducing a torso (face to mid-section) or entire body (head to toe) for making movie special effects, castings for museums, medical training aids and more.

Body Double is also used for a variety of mold making applications because it cures quickly relative to other mold materials

Medical Simulation
 Medical Simulation
Medical Simulation
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 Make Your Own “Precise Response” Suture Pads,
Needle Insertion Pads, Wound Care
and Surgical Training Aids

Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams let you make your own and offer the following advantages:
  • 90% Savings vs. Commercially Available Products
  • Far More Realistic; Materials Offer Precise Response & Feedback
  • Easy-To Use
  • Non-Toxic / Non-Hazardous
  • Versatile; Materials Allow You to Create and Customize
  • You Can Match Skin Tones Perfectly
  • Reusable and Long Lasting
Make Your Own Suture Pads

Make Your Own Needle Insertion Pads
Video Links

Making Your Own Suture Pad

Making Your Own Needle Insertion Pad

Making Your Own Suturable Vessels

Making a Medical Pregnancy Overlay

Who Uses These Materials to Make Their Own Training Aids?

• Baylor Hospital
     Dallas, TX
• Boston Children’s Hospital
     Boston, MA
• Mt. Sinai Hospital
      Chicago, IL
• Drexel University Hospital
• Hospital for Special Surgery
      New York
• Mayo Clinic
     Jacksonville, Florida
• Royal London Hospital
      London, England

• Duke University Medical Center
      Chapel Hill, NC
• Johns Hopkins Hospital
      Baltimore, MD
• University of FL at Shands
      Gainesville, FL
• Walter Reed Medical Center
     Bethesda, MD
• UCLA Medical Center
     Los Angeles, CA
• University of Toronto Hospital
     Toronto, Canada
• Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital      Cleveland, OH

Related Documents
Make Your Own Needle Insertion Pads
Make Your Own Suture Pads
Ultimate Wound Kit
Medical and Wound Care Training Aids

Model Making
 Model Making
Model Making
Model makers the world over know that Smooth-On silicone rubbers and liquid plastics as the perfect combination to reproduce their creations and drive production.

Image of silicone rubber being poured onto a model surface.
Smooth-On's Mold Max Silicones have become the industry standard for making molds that capture very fine detail down to a "finger-print". With several to choose from, the Mold Max line covers most mold making scenarios and offers the model maker tremendous versatility.

Smooth-Cast plastics and TASK plastics are then used to cast into these molds to make exact reproductions. SO Strong color tints and a variety of fillers can be added to create an infinite number of effects.  Cured plastics are also easily painted , giving the user complete creative control over the modeling outcome.
Image of detailed reproductions cast in urethane plastic.

Prosthetics & Orthotics
 Prosthetics & Orthotics
Prosthetics & Orthotics
Smooth-On, Inc. announces the acquisition of Renew Materials based in Far Hills, New Jersey as of September 1, 2008. To read the press release click here.
 Renew manufactures High Quality liquid RTV compounds which are used for fabricating a variety of custom and stock Prosthetics and Orthotics such as:
Silicone Socket Liners - End / Pressure Pads - Cosmetic Prothetics - AFO's & WHO's - Urethane Partial Feet - Silicone Partial Feet
Our easy-to-use products are also suitable for:
Socket Duplication - Check-Socket Accuracy - Body-Part Impressions
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Prototyping and Inventing
 Prototyping and Inventing
Prototyping and Inventing
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 Image of a prototype for a complex mechanical part.It All Starts With An Idea . . .
It all starts with an idea for an invention or product that you think has commercial potential. On your way to developing your idea, you will need a three dimensional physical representation before you go to production and that's where
Smooth-On rubber, plastic and foam materials come in.

Smooth-On materials have been the tools used to make prototype models for over
60 years and are still instrumental today in bringing the world's most amazing products to market.

Who Uses Smooth-On Materials To Make Prototype Models?
Our prototyping client list includes Apple Computer, Dell Computer, NASA, SONY, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, The US Army, Boeing, Advanced Medical Devices, Martin Guitar, Disney, Bose, Moen and thousands of other industry leaders around the world. Image of a football tee from prototype to finished product.
If you can imagine it, you can create it using
Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams.

Sculpture and Art Casting
 Sculpture and Art Casting
Sculpture and Art Casting
Image of a large horse sculpture.Smooth-On mold rubber has been used for more than 60 years to reproduce sculpture all over the world ranging in size from less than 1" ( 2.54 cm) to almost 400 feet high (120 m).

Today, Smooth-On urethane, silicone and polysulfide rubbers are used by thousands of sculptors and foundries for casting wax, resins, plaster, concrete and other sculpture materials to make accurate reproductions of original sculpture.

Project Specific - Smooth-On's wide range includes mold rubbers that can be poured on , brushed on , sprayed on or pressed on to any original sculpture and will reproduce detail perfectly. Reproductions can be cast in urethane plastic, epoxy resin, plaster, concrete, and more.

Click here to contact our technical department to discuss your sculpting project and material options.

Special Effects and Propmaking
 Special Effects and Propmaking
Special Effects and Propmaking

Smooth-On rubbers, plastics , foams and other materials have been used for years to bring movies, TV and stage special effects to life.

Image of a prop helmet. Movies that have used Smooth-On products to create spectacular special fx: Jaws, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, James Bond Series, Alien, Aliens, Saving Private Ryan, The Matrix, Harry Potter Series, X-Men Series, Lord of the Rings, Saw, Ghostbusters, The Chronicles of Narnia, Batman
TV production companies have created special effects with Smooth-On products: Star Trek; The Next Generation, The Sopranos, Dexter, Battle Star Gallactica, CSI; Miami, Nickelodeon, Myth Busters, Dirty Jobs, Saturday Night Live, MTVImage of props from the movie Mummy.

Image of a theatrical stage wound.
Broadway shows that use Smooth-On products to create stage props, theme effects and more: Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Stomp, Blue Man Group, The Little Mermaid, Spam-a-lot, Beauty & The Beast
                                ...and many more productions too numerous to list!

Sprayable Rubbers, Plastics & Foams
 Sprayable Rubbers, Plastics & Foams
Sprayable Rubbers, Plastics & Foams
Image of a mold being made with sprayable rubber.Smooth-On's versatile line of sprayable rubbers, plastics and foams are for large projects or for completing a number of smaller projects simultaneously. The EZ~Spray, Jr. spray system is an inexpensive alternative to buying complicated spray equipment that can cost $50,000 and more. The EZ Spray, Jr. spray gun is portable, easy to use and can deliver all of Smooth-On's sprayable materials.

Recommended; The EZ~Spray system is for very specific projects, and we recommend that you discuss your project with Smooth-On technical support before investing in this technology.


Liquid Rubbers, Plastics, Foams, etc. for Making
Award Winning Taxidermy Mounts & Displays
Taxidermists around the world know Smooth-On mold making rubbers, casting plastics, foams, etc. as versatile, consistent and economical.
Yes You Can! Smooth-On has dozens of materials and supplies to choose from and technical support to put you back on track if you get into trouble or lose your way. These materials are very easy to use and offer almost limitless design possibility.
"I use to pay someone else to make my antler molds, but I now do it myself using Mold Max Stroke silicone and Smooth-Cast 320 plastic . And once I got good at that, it led to other projects using foams, pigments and plastics I didn't even know existed."
                                                         - Bubba Arquette, Taxidermist - Shreveport, LA
Taxidermists like Tony Breedlove of Wildlife Art Creations in Melrose, FL, use Smooth-On rubbers, plastics, foams, pigments, etc. to create flawless reproductions of fish, reptiles, waterfowl and game. Innovative mold making and casting techniques have redefined the state-of-the-art in realistically reproducing wildlife.

Themed Environments
 Themed Environments
Themed Environments
Mind Blowing Materials for Creating Themed Environments

Image of the Sphinx at Luxor Casino in Vas Vegas.Fabricators of themed environments all over the world use Smooth-On theming rubbers, plastics and foams to bring fantasy and excitement to new heights for thrill seeking patrons.

What Themed Environments Feature Elements and Displays Made With Smooth-On Theming Materials?

Las Vegas Hotels & Casinos, Place du Casino in Monaco, The Venetian Macao Casino and many more from around the world.

Theme parks like Disney - Orlando, Disney - Anaheim, Disney - Paris, Disney - Tokyo Universal Studios, Six Flags Amusement Parks, Great Adventure Amusement Parks.

Theme Restaurants including Manhattan's "Jekyll & Hyde" and Kansas City's Beachbums Island.

Talk to our technicians about your project . We'll share our experience in helping other theme fabricators and give you material options.

Vacuum Bagging
 Vacuum Bagging
Vacuum Bagging
Vacuum Bagging: A New Direction

Silicone Vacuum Bags are durable & can be re-used time and again resulting in Reduced Labor Costs. Other advantages compared to traditional vacuum bagging materials and techniques include:
  • Fast fabrication time – Silicone vacuum bags are ready for production service immediately after full cure of silicone rubber at room temperature.
  • Reusablility of the Vacuum Bag – Resulting in reduction of traditional consumables such as bagging film and tacky tapes.
  • Self-Sealing Vacuum Bags – Results in Shorter time for bag installation onto tool assembly.

Materials Designed for Making Your Own Vacuum Bags:

EZ-Spray® Silicone 20 & 22 Platinum Cure Silicone Rubbers are made especially for spray-dispensing through Smooth-On's EZ~Spray® Jr. Spray Gun or SilCon® III Silicone Meter Mix and Spray Machine.

EZ-Spray® Silicone 20 & 22 have been developed specifically for fabricating reusable silicone vacuum bags and can be utilized in resin infusion, wet lay-up and pre-preg processes inside or outside of autoclave. Silicone vacuum bags can also be used for de-bulking layers of reinforcement prior to resin infusion or cure cycle.

Image of creating the perfect vacuum bag using EZ-Spray Silicone 20.
Image of using EZ-Brush Silicone to create a resuable eco-friendly vacuum bag. EZ-Brush® Vac Bag Silicone is a brushable platinum cure silicone developed especially for fabricating reusable silicone vacuum bags by hand. No spray equipment is required.

EZ-Brush® Vac Bag Silicone is easy to mix and apply. Mix ratio is 1A:1B by volume and rubber can be applied with a brush or spatula to vertical surfaces without sagging.

Silicone Vacuum Bags are also Eco-Friendly because they reduce consumption of traditional vacuum bagging consumables resulting in reduced environmental impact.

Making Re-usable Vacuum Bags Offers Several Advantages:

  • Reusable Bags Reduces Labor Costs Up To 90%
  • Reusable Bags Can Be Used To Quickly Produce Many Parts
  • Easy to Mix and Apply
  • Reusable Silicone Bags Resist Attack from Chemically Harsh Resins
  • Better Heat Resistance up to 500°F / 260°C
  • Non-hazardous; No Odor
  • Reusable Bags Are Good for the Environment by Eliminating Consumables Waste

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