Smooth-On rubbers, plastics and foams are ideal for a variety of home hobbies and arts & crafts projects. 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).
• 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.
• Smooth-On plastics are used to create eye-catching resin jewelry.
• Encapso-K silicone creates clear encapsulated pieces which are amazing to look at.
• The Alja-Safe Starter Kit has everything you need to make a lasting keepsake of your child's hand or face.
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A Custom Made Foam Insert for Electronics or Other Delicate Equipment
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How Tarbender™ Can Be Brushed Onto a Surface To Create a High Gloss Tabletop
Techniques to create a bartop or tabletop surface that looks like marble.
Learn how to create a diy epoxy bowl with embedded colored pencils.
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Creating metal cold cast panels using Smooth Cast ONYX liquid plastic and bronze powder.
In order to grow the business, Jen realized she needed a custom branded soap mold.
Jason and Jenny Wilhelm, owners of Dope on a Rope Soaps proudly share their mold making and casting process with us.
To meet a growing demand, Beeskep II started making their own candle molds with Smooth-On mold rubbers.
Sandy’s creations range from interesting encapsulations, to gorgeous floral displays, to decorative candle holders.
The finished casting is lightweight and looks like real brass.
This 3-D ocean food chain diorama was made using Encapso® K, and pouring in stages.
When Karl Denton was chosen to create a plaque for the 1928 Scarab Club costume ball, he had a very unique design in mind.
Shawn Rutledge has found success and scored some big fish with his lures.
This unfilled low-viscosity epoxy adhesive can easily be spread in thin films
When Jonathan Hunt was searching out materials to create 'Captain America' style helmets for his clients, he was looking for very particular properties.
Long-time Smooth-On user Jon Scott wrote us an email about his success using Brush-On® 50 as a leak stopper during Hurricane Irene.