AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1 Quart Kit$47.00
AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$87.00
AM 125 – Simple 1:1 Mix Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$137.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$70.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$113.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 5 Gallon Kit$519.00
AM 128 RTV Silicone Rubber – 55 Gallon Kit$7,700.00
AM 115T Translucent Silicone Rubber – 1 Quart Kit$79.00
AM 115T Translucent Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$252.00
AM 115T Translucent Silicone Rubber – 5 Gallon Kit$1,290.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$71.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 1 Gallon Kit$114.00
AM 128 Brushable RTV Silicone Rubber – 5 Gallon Kit$527.00
Concrete Molding Stamping Rubber – 1/2 Gallon Kit$65.00
Concrete Molding Stamping Rubber – 2 Gallon Kit$165.00
Concrete Molding Stamping Rubber – 10 Gallon Kit$585.00
Concrete Molding Stamping Rubber – 110 Gallon Kit$6,870.00
Extra Catalyst – Clear – 8 oz.$25.00
Extra Catalyst – Clear – 16 oz.$46.00
Mold Making Latex Rubber – 1/2 Gallon$59.00
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Liquid Silicone for Molds from AeroMarine Products?
Our silicone RTV mold-making materials can be used for creating almost anything, including:
The beauty and simplicity of these mold-making materials is that you can take something that is creatively made, such as a one-off artistic item, and replicate it, accurately retaining the entire exterior detailing, easily and quickly.
Silicone Mold-Making for Industrial Applications:
Our high-temperature molding silicone and our urethane 75A rubber materials can be used in a more technical manner, for making molds of practical items such as concrete or cement stamps, as well as durable rubber parts. Applications for these molded items may include industrial, automotive, aircraft-related, marine, and more. The silicone molds and urethane molds are easy to make for both for industrial and personal applications.
Our liquid latex for molding is great for casting cement, concrete, plaster, Hydrocal, or Hydro-Stone. It is a brush-on product and is very tough, flexible and resistant to tearing. It picks up fine detail for molds very well. Our mold-making latex is for molding only—do not use it to make masks, and do not apply it to human skin.
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If you need help choosing the right latex or silicone for your application or determining the right amount of to get, we offer free technical advice for all products! Browse AeroMarine Products’ collection of offerings, including 2 part marine epoxy, food-grade RTV mold-making silicone, and silicone potting compounds.
Mold Making FAQ’s:
What are mold-making supplies most used for?
Mold-making supplies are used for situations where you might want to consistently reproduce a product, part, or feature. Silicone and rubber molds allow for detailed reproduction of every feature of the original cast, as well as the flexibility needed to release the new cast without any damage.
Common uses include production of concrete features, plastic parts for a variety of industrial uses, and hobbyist casting figurines or parts.
What are the differences between the various AeroMarine mold making silicones and latex?
Silicone and latex molds offer an ideal solution for heavy-duty casting, from industrial purposes to hobbyist model-making.
Latex offers a softer, more flexible option, while silicon is firmer and better-suited for projects with heavier materials. Some of our silicones are suitable for use on human skin, though the latex mold is not, and should not be used for mask-making.
If you’re using latex, be sure to consider the Black Powder Rubber Extender to make your latex mold thicker, and also reduce the total cost of your molds.
What are the steps to creating my own molds?
When creating your own molds, first, you’ll want to identify what you’re making a mold of.
Next, scroll through our products to see which silicon or latex is best suitable for your mold. Remember that certain materials are better suited for latex or silicon, so take special note of the material the object you’re molding is made of.
With silicone, you may want to pour the silicon into a cardboard or plastic box that surrounds the object you’re making a mold of. For latex, using a paintbrush to paint a layer of silicon over the top of the object you’re molding is best.
If you’re having trouble figuring out what the best strategy for molding is on your project, check out our technical support video channel for videos on specific mold-supply applications.