Easy to use compounds that feature convenient one-to-one by volume mix ratios (no scale necessary). OOMOO™ offers very low viscosity for easy mixing and pouring, and vacuum degassing is usually not necessary. Suitable for a variety of art-related and industrial applications including making molds for sculpture and prototype reproduction, casting plaster, resins and wax.
Convenient One-to-One by Volume mix ratios (no scale necessary). Perfect for beginners, hobbyists and craft makers, OOMOO™ 25 and 30 silicone rubbers are easy to use and inexpensive.
OOMOO™ rubbers have low viscosities for easy mixing and pouring. Vacuum degassing is not necessary and these products cure at room temperature with negligible shrinkage.
|Select a Product Below||Pot Life||Cure Time|
|› OOMOO™ 25||15 mins||75 mins|
|› OOMOO™ 30||30 mins||6 hrs|
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