FlexFoam-iT!® expanding flexible foams are easy to use and durable. They are lightweight, versatile and most are available in easy to measure mix ratios. They can be used for padding/cushion material, gasket material, or to make props and special effects. Vibrant colors can be achieved by adding color pigments.
FlexFoam-iT! ® flexible polyurethane foams come in a broad selection of formulations from a 3 pound to a 25 pound density and many others in between. This means you can choose between a high 15 times expansion rate to as low as 2 times expansion to meet your project needs.
Self-skinning, FlexFoam‑iT!® IV TUFF STUFF! has a relatively high tear strength for a low-density foam. It is also stiffer and slightly harder to compress vs. other FlexFoam-iT!® products.
These foams are very soft and are used for padding/cushion, specialty bed, and orthopedic pillow material applications. Cured foam has very good physical and rebound properties.
This Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard for Flammability of Interior Materials applies to passenger cars, trucks, buses, etc. for making seat cushions, seat backs, arm rests, trim panels, and more.
FlexFoam‑iT!® 7 FR is widely used to cast custom and "out of production" foam parts.
Easy to use, 10 pound foam perfect for creating props and incredibly realistic food displays.
With the right amount of back pressure applied during casting, the surface finish of the cured foam approaches that of a urethane elastomer. The foam is easily colored with SO-Strong® color tints, UVO® or Ignite® fluorescent pigments and is compatible with Cast Magic® powders for creating a variety of finish effects.
This 23 pound foam certifies to UL-94 HB Flame Specification, the Standard for Safety of Flammability of Materials for Parts in Devices and Appliances.
This 25 pound foam is perfect for reproducing smaller details and surface texture versus other foams and is an easy way to reproduce multiple, safe to use, prop weapons for stage and screen.
|Select a Product Below||Foam Density||Expansion (approximate)|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® III||3 lb/ft3||15 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® IV||4 lb/ft3||13 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® V||5 lb/ft3||11 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 6||6 lb/ft3||10 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 7 FR||7 lb/ft3||8 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® VIII||8 lb/ft3||7 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® X||10 lb/ft3||6 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 14||14 lb/ft3||4 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 17||17 lb/ft3||3.5 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 23 FR||23 lb/ft3||2 times|
|› FlexFoam-iT!® 25||25 lb/ft3||2 times|
Via Tested - How to make simple silicone molds to cast and paint foam replicas of props like shop tools
Pourable polyurethane foam materials are used to create a unique piece of custom furniture.
The surface finish of the cured Flex Foam-iT! 17 foam approaches that of a urethane elastomer.
This tutorial shows how Flex Foam-iT! X can be cast to create a realistic cinder block prop.
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