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Why didn’t my mold rubber cure?

This is called “cure inhibition” Cure inhibition occurs when a surface contaminate prevents a material from curing as expected. Experiencing Inhibition When Making A Mold – When making a mold, cure inhibition occurs when contaminants on a model surface prevent the liquid mold rubber from properly curing. While the cured rubber mold may look fine,

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5 Steps to Make a Perfect Silicone Mold – Platinum-cure silicone ​

5 Steps to Make a Perfect Silicone Mold – Platinum-cure silicone 1, Stir both Part A and Part B well before use. 2, Mix ratio A:B= 1:1 by weight. Weigh the desire amount of base into a clean mixing container. Weight the proper amount of catalyst into the container. Mix the base and catalyst together

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How to use epoxy casting resin?

How to use epoxy casting resin? Table of Contents Preparation – Avoid breathing fumes – use in a well-ventilated area at a minimum. NIOSH approved respirator is recommended. Wear safety glasses, long sleeves and rubber gloves to minimize skin contact. Materials should be stored and used in a room temperature environment (73°F/23°C). Elevated temperatures will


Crystal-Clear Epoxy Resin

Crystal-Clear Epoxy Resin Engineered for Bar Tops, Tables & Counters coating Epoxy resin is a two-component system. Part A is resin and Part B is the hardener. Epoxy finish that’s extremely durable, self-leveling, and scratch-resistant.  Covers approximately 48 sq.ft for a flood coat OR 144 sq.ft. for a seal coat. Crystal-Clear Transparent Finish! Requires 75 degrees

Mold making for Food-Related Products

Mold making for Food-Related Products candy molds ice molds and trays chocolate molds butter molds cake decorating and fondant molds Previous Next Recommended options

Sculpture and statues mold making rubber

Sculpture & Statues

Sculpture & Statues Liquid silicone rubber is used extensively in the reproduction of figurative sculpture. Original pieces are most often sculpted/carved from clay, wax or wood and a rubber mold is poured, brushed or sprayed onto this original to capture all detail and to allow flexible demolding from undercuts and negative drafts. Previous Next Recommended

Craft, Foundry & Figurines mold making rubber

Crafts, Foundry & Figurines

Crafts, Foundry & Figurines Do-It-Yourself craft and hobby projects can be completed with the help of molding and casting materials. Any decorative object (e.g., resin jewelry, model trains, custom tiles, small figurines, wall art, much more) can be molded using silicone mold rubber and then replicated in any number of materials, including plastic, concrete, plaster,

Candle Making

Candle Making Silicone rubbers are used to cast candles of many shapes, sizes, and textures. Platinum-cured silicone and tin-cured silicone rubbers are recommended when making beeswax and soy-based candles because of their excellent release properties. The release agent is not required when casting these types of waxes in silicone molds. Previous Next Recommended options Edit


Soap making

Soap Making For soap products with deep textures and intricate designs, liquid silicone mold rubbers are often the mold material of choice because of their flexibility and excellent release properties. Platinum-cured silicones that are recommended when making soap molds because of their excellent release properties. The release agent is generally not required when casting soap

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