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Posts Tagged ‘urethane’

The All Time Best Way To Make a Urethane Foam Sculpture

November 5, 2018

I previously posted an interview (https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/frank-holder-artist-sculptor-of-foam/ ) with Mr Frank Holder of Greensboro, North Carolina about his innovative urethane foam sculpture technique, bending partially cured foam and shaping it to form beautiful organically shaped sculptures. After lots of Q&A about his process (he’s a very patient man, thanks Frank), I produced a Frank Holder-like foam sculpture. […]

The Bloopers Blog

March 1, 2018

I’ve done a lot of projects in the last 7 years I’ve worked here. Which means I’ve messed up a lot of times as well. In this blog post, I’ll go over some mistakes I’ve made and how you can avoid them. General Bloopers: The most common problem I had when I first started was […]

Concrete Stamp Made from Urethane Rubber

February 14, 2018

Urethane rubber has many uses because of its strength, durability, and flexibility. It is often used to pot or encapsulate underwater electronics, make shoe insoles, make molds for concrete bricks, blocks, and statues. It also makes an excellent stamp for concrete, where it is pressed into fresh, wet concrete to create a pattern. In this […]

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