Reynolds Advanced Materials specializes in turning ideas into a physical reality by showing you materials that can do things you never thought possible.
We help people like you convert concepts and project designs into a finished product. We’re easy to talk to and our expertise can guide you to the right materials and/or equipment for your application.
|Let’s Talk About Rigid & Flexible Foams||August 5, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Boston, MA||Free|
|Let’s Talk About Resins||August 11, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Orlando, FL||Free|
|Introduction to Life Casting & Skin F/X Seminar||August 12, 2016||10:00 am - 3:30 pm||Dallas, TX||$75.00 Per Person|
|Let’s Talk About Rigid & Flexible Foams||August 12, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Allentown, PA||Free|
|Let’s Talk About Making On-Skin Wounds with Silicone Rubber||August 18, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Charlotte, NC||Free|
|Let’s Talk About Rigid & Flexible Foams||August 19, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Denver, CO||Free|
|Let’s Talk About Making On-Skin Wounds with Silicone Rubber||August 25, 2016||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Chicago, IL||Free|
|Introduction to Life Casting & Skin F/X Seminar||August 27, 2016||9:30 am - 3:30 pm||Los Angeles, CA||$75.00 Per Person|
Scott J, Moore is the latest customer to be featured in Reynolds – Orlando’s spotlight. Scott is the owner, creative director, and head sculptor at Moore Art Expressions (MAE). His company is based in Port Charlotte, Florida. Over the past year, Scott has been expanding MAE in more ways than one, relying on Reynolds Advanced Materials in Orlando for the materials needed to make incredible things.
Reynolds – Denver recently hosted one of their nationally renown “Basics of Mold Making and Casting” seminars last week to a sold out crowd. Ambitious to learn, the 20+ patrons were treated to a keynote discussion, videos and demonstrations of various techniques and materials.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Denver has their spotlight focused on Colorado University at Boulder’s Eco-Marathon team. The team has been working closely with Reynolds – Denver on picking mind-blowing materials which helped the team succeed in their capstone project. Their eco-friendly vehicle was created using CNC carved foam coated with Smooth-On’s Epsilon® (EPS Foam Coating Epoxy); the body parts and steering wheel were also coated with Epsilon® and then reinforced with woven burlap for strength.
Reynolds Advanced Materials in Dallas has a behind the scenes look at the new addition to the Roosevelt High School in Washington, D.C.
Josh Lange, of Lange Concepts, designs and builds one-off supercars, specializing in part/mold design and fabrication. Materials from carbon fiber to leaded crystal are used to build custom designs for himself and clients. The products and helpful staff at Reynolds Advanced Materials are a key component in Lange achieving outstanding results.
Jess Cavazos is a tattoo artist in Corpus Christi who is using Smooth-On silicone provided by Reynolds – Dallas to make hairless Egyptian cats. (read more)
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Orlando has their spotlight on Galaxy America, a manufacturer of mechanical bull rides, based out of Port Charlotte in Florida. The company has been around since 1985 and has created many innovative products.
Classic Hardware by Karyn Cantor is a vintage inspired jewelry and accessories company established in 1995. Classic Hardware is best known for their Retrolite® and image-based jewelry, as well as their eye-catching vanity cases. (read more)