These videos and step-by-step photo tutorials will introduce you to basic techniques for successful moldmaking. These tutorials are suitable for beginners.
Whether you are interested in reproducing a sculpted figure, an antique picture frame, an industrial pattern, an architectural molding, a fossil, animal skin (taxidermy), the texture of a piece of fabric, or a toy, you start by making a rubber mold. Whether you want to make one or one thousand reproductions of an original, you can do it using a mold.
Whether your original model is made from clay, wax, plaster, sand, concrete, stone, metal, bone or almost any material, making a rubber mold makes it possible to reproduce that model – exactly.
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OOMOO® Silicone Rubber is one of the easiest mold rubbers to use on the planet and is perfect for making simple candle molds.
Project goal: transform a disused service entrance into an inviting stamped concrete walkway.
This tutorial shows how to create a Rebound™ 25 brush on silicone mold of a figurine
Cast Magic® Casting System is an easy way to add an endless variety of bright metallic, glitter and color effects to your castings.
Bubbles in clear castings can be removed by using a pressure casting technique, a shown in this tutorial video.
Clear resin performs best when the material is vacuumed before pouring, this tutorial video outlines the steps for degassing.
How a casting made with UVO® pigment and an equal amount of So-Strong® compare
XTEND-IT® is a dry gas blanket designed to extend the shelf life of moisture sensitive polyurethane products.