Basics of Mouldmaking and Casting

These tutorials are suitable for beginners. Whether you are interested in how to make a mould for reproducing a sculpted figure, an antique picture frame, an industrial pattern, an architectural moulding, a fossil, animal skin (taxidermy), the texture of a piece of fabric, or a toy, you start by making a rubber mould.

Whether you want to make one or one thousand reproductions of an original, you can do it using a mould. Whether your original model is made from clay, wax, plaster, sand, concrete, stone, metal, bone or almost any material, making a rubber mold makes it possible to reproduce that model – exactly

Basics of Mouldmaking and Casting

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  1. Mold Star™ 15 SLOW

    1A:1B By Volume Silicone Rubber

    • Starting at £42.76

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  2. OOMOO™ 30

    Shore 30A No Scale or Vacuum Required Silicone

    • Starting at £35.05

      *Vat Included
  3. Rebound™ 25

    Shore 25A Self Thickening Brush-On Silicone

    • Starting at £39.05

      *Vat Included
  4. Smooth-Cast™ 300

    Fast Set Bright White Resin

    • Starting at £28.64

      *Vat Included
  5. Smooth-Cast™ 325

    Fast Set Colormatch Resin

    • Starting at £29.83

      *Vat Included