Reynolds Advanced Materials
Since 1963
Everything for
Mold Making
& Casting
EZ-Spray Silicone 20 was used to quickly spray up a large mold at Colbar Art in Long Island City NY.

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About Us

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.

Upcoming Seminars

November 7, 20141:00 pm - 3:00 pm Dallas, TX Free
November 13, 20141:00 pm - 3:00 pm Orlando, FL Free
November 18, 20146:00 pm - 9:00 pm Orlando, FL Free
November 21, 20149:00 am - 4:00 pm Charlotte, NC $75.00 Per Person
November 22, 20149:00 am - 3:00 pm Denver, CO $75.00 Per Person
December 11, 201410:00 am - 3:30 pm Los Angeles, CA $75.00 Per Person
December 12, 201410:00 am - 3:30 pm Dallas, TX $75.00 Per Person

Community Stories

Reynolds Boston – Let’s Talk About On-Skin Wounds

Posted on 10/16/14

Reynolds Advanced Materials – Boston recently hosted a Let’s Talk About series on making on-skin wounds; on October 9, and the turnout was great. (read more)

A Full House at our October Basics of Moldmaking and Casting Seminar

Posted on 10/16/14

Reynolds – Chicago held their Moldmaking and Casting Seminar on October 9, and it was a full house!

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Roundtable Productions, LLC props for Tampa Bay Comic Con 2014

Posted on 10/9/14

Roundtable Productions shares their process for several props created for a Live Action Show featured at Tampa Bay Comic Con 2014. (read more)

Announcing the RAM FAN Materials Event – November 18th. Material demos, BBQ & Fun

Posted on 10/7/14

You’re Invited to our Annual Open House! Be Our Guest For Dinner, Beer, Wine And Fun! (read more)

Customer Spotlight – Nicholas Wilson

Posted on 9/29/14

Nicholas Wilson has been a painter, sculptor and printmaker for over 40 years. His main career focus has been on wildlife art, where special emphasis on drawing has opened up numerous opportunities for him. While curator of exhibits at the Arizona -Sonora Desert Museum (1970-72) near Tucson, he developed his talent for expressing his deep love for nature. (read more)