These how-to's show applications involving machinery or spray systems for making molds for concrete casting, architectural restoration, and other applications.
The EZ-Mix® Meter Mix Machine is small, yet powerful and will pump rubber from either 55-gallon Drum Units or 275-gallon Tote Units. The machine will mix and dispense VytaFlex® rubber at a rate of 20 lbs. (9.07 kgs.) per minute which translates in to an immediate labor savings.
The EZ-Spray® Jr. Spray Gun is a versatile, convenient and easy-to-use spray system for spraying moldmaking and casting materials.
Learn how to operate the EZ-Mix meter mix machine
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Learn how a sculpted reproduction of a rhinoceros torso was made
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In this project, EPS foam board is used to carve a theater mask design. The display is then hard-coated using Habitat Cast N Coat.
Smooth-On's client "Taller de Prefabricados" invited us to to film their process
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Stuntman Rocky Taylor broke a Guinness World Record previously held by the Bond franchise
James uses PMC®-744, OOMOO® 30 and Mold Max® 30 rubber
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Employing the right materials to meet an impossible deadline.
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Applications for Smooth-On’s Crystal Clear® liquid plastics get larger and more varied with each passing year
Nassal Fabrication in Orlando, FL. was commissioned to mold and cast a large Buddha statue
Creating a world class display that would be viewed by millions of visitors to New York City’s Christmas Wonderland.
MJM Studios called upon Smooth-On mold rubbers to make a mold of the entire arch
MJM Studios was contracted as part of the $4 million restoration of Shepard Hall.
Repairing giant lions on The William H. Taft Memorial Bridge in Washington, DC
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In an elaborate studio setting in the hills of Pennsylvania, history is in the making – again.
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Smooth-On silicone takes the lead in making animatronic whales.
Hyde Park Mouldings was commissioned to create several large concrete fountains to be installed in a newly renovated public garden in New York City.
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