AeroMarine offers a comprehensive assortment of high-quality silicone, urethane, and latex mold materials. They are the perfect solution for a variety of industrial or hobbyist applications. *not for use in ovens
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Our silicone RTV mold-making kit materials can be used for creating molds for 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.
Mold-Making Kits for Industrial Applications:
Our high-temperature molding silicone AM150 and our urethane 75A rubber materials can be used in a more technical manner. Our urethane 75A is great for making molds of concrete or cement stamps, as well as durable rubber parts. The AM150 silicone molds are used for low melt metal projects such as parts made with bismuth tin and pewter.
Our liquid latex is great for casting larger cement, concrete, plaster, Hydrocal, or Hydro-Stone pieces like life size statues or facades. 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 molds only— do not apply it to human skin.
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Mold-making supplies are used for situations where you might want to consistently reproduce a product, part, or feature. Silicone 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 fine concrete features, plastic parts for a variety of industrial uses, soap and candle crafting, and casting figurines or game pieces.
The AM128 Pourable Silicone Rubber is our best silicone for making professional molds. With it’s long work life and slower cure, it is easy to work with and is the most durable silicone we have. You’ll be able to use this mold for longer production runs of urethane casts. Our AM128 Brushable Silicone Rubber is similar to AM 128 Pourable Silicone but sold with a brushable catalyst so you can save time when working on a vertical piece or an exterior façade. The AM125 Silicone Rubber is a quick curing silicone mold for one-off applications. It is good for people who are new to mold making. It’s 1:1 mix ratio by volume makes it simple to produce one part block molds from. AM115T Silicone Rubber is a translucent silicone that cures to a frosted clear color making it possible for you to cut around parts. The AM150 High Temperature Silicone Rubber can be used to cast low melt metals like bismuth tin and pewter. The temperature range of the AM150 is -50 to 500F. The temperature range indicates the heat of the materials that can be poured into the silicone. Our Food Grade Silicone Rubber is primarily used for making hard candy, lollipops, chocolates, and fondant art. You can also use it for making frozen ice decorations. The Silicone Putty is great for casting fossils in the field, furniture details and appliques, equine hoof repair, and more.
When creating your own molds, first, you’ll want to identify the original piece that you want to make a mold of.
Next, look at our mold making products to see which material is best for your mold. Factors to consider are what the original is made of and what material you will use to cast the new parts.
If you’re having trouble figuring out what the best strategy for your project, check out our technical support video channel for videos on specific mold-supply applications or contact us through phone, live chat or email. We are always happy to help you.
DO NOT USE LIQUID SILICONE ON HUMAN OR ANIMAL SKIN!