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Posts Tagged ‘casting resin’

Storing Epoxy Resin, Urethane, Silicone and Latex during Cold Weather

September 14, 2018

How to store your Epoxy Resin, Urethane, Silicone and/or Latex so that it does not get ruined  in cold weather Sweltering summer temps lead now to lovely, cool weather. Yeah, we know. We live in mild San Diego and don’t ever get really “hot or cold” weather, but we still like autumn a lot.  With […]

Mold Makers! 5 Reasons Why to Buy Mold Making Materials from AeroMarine Products

May 11, 2018

Molds & castings made with AeroMarine Products silicone RTV mold making rubber and urethane casting resin Hey Mold Makers! So sorry that  A-R Products is gone.  Come to AeroMarine Products now.  Join our knowledgeable, super creative family!  Here are 5 reasons why to buy your silicone RTV rubber mold making materials and urethane casting resins […]

Silicone Mold to Modify a Fragile or Broken Original Part (Post 2 of 2)

July 12, 2017

This is a continuation of our last post about using silicone molds to modify a broken or fragile original part. In this post, we will go over sculpting in clay on the new piece and making a new mold. You can read the first part of this blog post here: https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/silicone-molds-to-modify-a-fragile-original-part/ Materials needed: AeroMarine Products AM128 […]

Silicone Mold to Modify a Fragile or Broken Original Part (Post 1 of 2)

June 8, 2017

Sometimes, I have an original part that is either broken or that I want to modify in different ways. In this 2 part blog post, I am going to make several slightly different variations of this part. However, the original is a bit fragile. I don’t want to damage it by sculpting clay on it […]

Roto Casting Resin in a Two Part Silicone Mold

May 12, 2017

Rotational or roto casting means rotating your mold continually while the resin sets up so that youget a hollow casting. Two of the most common reasons to cast this way are to keep the weight of the piece down and to save money on casting materials. For this post, I’m doing the roto casting by […]

Trouble Shooting-Common Problems with Silicone, Latex, Urethane, Epoxy

March 23, 2017

Sometimes, when working with new materials or working familiar materials in a new way, you run into issues. We previously wrote a post about common problems with curing, https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/curing-issues-trouble-shooting/   This post will focus on issues that might have a curing component (soft spots, sticky areas, etc.), but mostly on problems with the materials acting in unexpected […]

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