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Posts Tagged ‘silicone molding rubber’

A Guide on How to Make Silicone Molds

September 14, 2018

Ever wondered what it would be like to make your own silicone molds for food, art projects, or fixes around the house? Making silicone molds is a load of fun and probably not as hard as you think either. With a few basic materials and little creativity, you’ll be making custom ice cubes for cocktails or […]

Mr. Quentin Berryhill, Colle and Kreamy Wax

July 3, 2018

 Air Jordan 1 candle set Mr. Quentin Berryhill, founder and owner of Colle and Kreamy Wax, makes a lot of amazing art and skate wax.  However, lately he’s been focus on producing beautiful and original soaps and candles. Mr. Berryhill attended Cal State Northridge where he took a sculpting class as an elective that sparked […]

Silicone Glove Mold and Fiberglass Mothermold

November 14, 2017

With larger pieces, it is more cost effective to make a glove mold rather than a large block mold. A glove mold is also less cumbersome than a large block mold. Glove molds do need a supportive structure since they are thinner than a block mold, so I will make an epoxy and fiberglass mothermold […]

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 […]

Two Part Pourable Silicone Pumpkin Mold

December 1, 2016

For this project, we will use pourable silicone to create a two part mold of a pumpkin. Two part silicone mold requires two separate pours of silicone, so these types of molds usually take two or three days to make. Materials needed: Small pumpkin AeroMarine 128 Pourable Silicone with Catalyst Non-sulfur, non-drying modeling clay (Plasticine, […]

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