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Sculpture

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Sculptors have been using Smooth-On liquid rubber to duplicate their originals for over 50 years.

3guyhrs_120Benefits For Sculptural Reproduction

* Easy to use 1A:1B mix ratios.

* Low viscosities capture incredible detail with minimal bubble entrapment.

* Add different pigments, fillers, metal powders, etc. to create wild colors & effects.

* Cured castings can be painted, machined, etc.



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Mold rubber is brushed onto a clay sculpted figure. When the rubber mold is removed, all detail is captured. The mold is put back together and a liquid plastic is poured in. The result is an exact duplication of the original sculpture




Casting Smooth-Cast 300 Liquid Plastic Casting Resin Into a Urethane Mold

Create Cold Cast Metal Effects Using Smooth-Cast® Resin & Real Bronze Powder

Creating A Cavity Pour Mold Using Mold Max® 30

Making A Brush-On Mold Using Rebound 25 - Part 1

Making A Brush-On Mold Using Rebound 25 - Part 2

Making a Brush-On Mold using Urethane Rubber

Making a Simple Block Mold Using OOMOO® Silicone

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