Dragon Skin® silicones are used for a variety of applications, ranging from creating skin effects and other movie special effects to making production molds for casting a variety of materials. Due to their superior physical properties and flexibility, they are also used for medical prosthetics and cushioning applications.
The superior physical properties and flexibility of Dragon Skin® 10, 20, and 30 rubbers means that cured Dragon Skin® is very strong and very "stretchy". It will stretch many times its original size without tearing and will rebound to its original form without distortion.
Dragon Skin® 10 and FX-Pro® are used around the world to make spectacular skin and creature effects that are skin safe and certified by an independent laboratory to ISO 10993-10, Biological evaluation of medical devices, Part 10: Tests for irritation and skin sensitization.
Easy To Use – Dragon Skin® high performance platinum cure silicone rubbers can be mixed 1A:1B by volume without need for gram scales or by weight for precise measurements even at a very low mass and cure at room temperature with negligible shrinkage.
This low viscosity formulation of Dragon Skin® does not require vacuum degassing and also has a 663% elongation, stretch, which allows you to eliminate the need for a cut seam on some models.
|Select a Product Below||Hardness||Pot Life||Cure Time|
|› Dragon Skin® 10 VERY FAST||10 A||4 mins||30 mins|
|› Dragon Skin® 10 FAST||10 A||8 mins||75 mins|
|› Dragon Skin® 10 MEDIUM||10 A||20 mins||5 hrs|
|› Dragon Skin® 10 SLOW||10 A||45 mins||7 hrs|
|› Dragon Skin® 10 NV||10 A||15 mins||75 mins|
|› Dragon Skin® 20||20 A||25 mins||4 hrs|
|› Dragon Skin® 30||30 A||45 mins||16 hrs|
|› Dragon Skin® FX‑ Pro||2 A||12 mins||40 mins|
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