Mold Star™ silicones cure to soft, strong rubbers which are tear resistant and exhibit very low long term shrinkage. Molds made with Mold Star™ will last a long time in your mold library and are good for casting wax, gypsum, resins, concrete and other materials. Cured Mold Star™ rubber is heat resistant up to 450°F (232°C) and is suitable for casting low-temperature melt metal alloys.
Mold Star™ rubbers are mixed 1A:1B by volume (no weighing scale necessary) for precise measurements even at a very low mass and cure at room temperature with negligible shrinkage.
Mold Star™ silicones feature relatively low viscosities making vacuum degassing optional and is not required for most applications. A uniform flow will help minimize entrapped air.
Mold Star™ 19T and 20T are translucent silicones for making fast molds or casting into alginate molds. Mold Star™ 19T cures in 12 minutes, Mold Star™ 20T cures in 30 minutes at room temperature. They both offer an infinite number of color effects achieved by adding Silc Pig™ silicone pigments or Cast Magic™ effects powders.
Mold Star™ 16 is available in a 400ml cartridge and is one of the fastest ways to make a silicone mold. With a 6 minute pot life and 30 minute cure time It can even be used in forensics to capture evidence impressions in the field.
|Select a Product Below||Hardness||Pot Life||Cure Time||Color|
|› Mold Star™ 15 SLOW||15 A||50 mins||4 hrs||Green|
|› Mold Star™ 16 FAST||16 A||6 mins||30 mins||Blue-Green|
|› Mold Star™ 30||30 A||45 mins||6 hrs||Blue|
|› Mold Star™ 19T||19 A||3 mins||12 mins||Translucent|
|› Mold Star™ 20T||20 A||6 mins||30 mins||Translucent|
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