Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro

  • Addition Cure Silicone Rubber For Special Effects

Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro is a soft, stable, high performance addition cure silicone rubber specifically designed for creating silicone makeup appliances and skin effects. Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro is compatible with Skin-Tite™ silicone adhesive as well as medical grade pressure sensitive adhesives for adhering silicone appliances temporarily to the skin.

FX-Pro can be combined with SLACKER™ deadening agent to create a very soft silicone gel for filling encapsulated silicone pieces. An infinite number of colour effects can be achieved by adding Silc-Pig™ silicone pigments. Cured rubber can also be painted with the Psycho Paint™ system.

Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro - Addition Cure Silicone Rubber For Special Effects

Quick Tech Data

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Volume

  • 1A:1B

    Mix Ratio By Weight

  • 12 minutes

    Pot Life

  • 40 minutes

    Cure Time

  • 2 A

    Shore Hardness

Dragon Skin™ FX Pro is mixed 1A:1B by weight or volume. Liquid rubber can be thinned with Silicone Thinner™ or thickened with Thi-Vex™. Rubber cures at room temperature (73°F / 23°C) with negligible shrinkage.

What Makes Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro Unique?

  • Soft - Shore 2A hardness allows for softer appliances using less SLACKER™ deadening agent
  • Low Viscosity - combined with long working time reduces bubbles and makes pouring easier
  • Cures Dry - will not leach silicone fluid
  • Long Working Time - 10-12 minute working time is good for larger pours or injections
  • Fast Cure - 40 minute cure time allows for quick turnaround of castings or moulds
  • More Workable - Do More - has a ‘gel’ stage - slushing the material into prosthetic moulds is easier
Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro - Addition Cure Silicone Rubber For Special Effects

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Available Sizes

  • Trial Kit
    £32.64
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 0.91 kg
    QTY
  • Gallon Kit
    £184.42
    *Vat Included
  • Net Wt: 7.26 kg
    QTY

Product Questions

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How can I eliminate bubbles from my castings?

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Using a vacuum chamber or pressure pot will help in removing most to all bubbles from your castings. You can read more here.

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