ReoFlex™ urethane rubbers offer superior physical and performance properties for production casting of wax, plasters, and resins. ReoFlex™ mold rubbers are used for a variety of applications including making molds to reproduce sculpture and architectural elements, as well as for making special effects, toys and prototypes.
Available in Shore A20 – A60, ReoFlex™ urethane rubbers are easy to mix and pour. Low viscosity ensures minimal bubble entrapments and perfect detail reproduction. Cured rubber molds offer added lubricity for releasing wax or gypsum.
Smooth-On products have been used around the world for over 60 years to restore old or create new architectural gypsum elements. Reoflex™ rubber compounds are easy to use and offer maximum versatility for any restoration project.
Used to make custom molds for casting wax by the largest international candle making conglomerates to home hobbyists that enjoy making their own candles for family and friends, .
|Select a Product Below||Hardness||Die C Tear Strength|
|› ReoFlex™ 20||20 A||60 pli|
|› ReoFlex™ 30||30 A||82 pli|
|› ReoFlex™ 40||40 A||85 pli|
|› ReoFlex™ 50||50 A||120 pli|
|› ReoFlex™ 60||60 A||132 pli|
How to build a mold box, measure, mix, and pour urethane rubber to make a 1-piece block mold.
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La Ferla Plastering of Torrance, CA specializes in high-end ornate plasterwork.