|Address:||3920 Grape Street|
Denver, CO 80207
Toll-Free: (800) 603-3080|
Local: (303) 399-0202
Monday - Friday
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Your Denver Reynolds material support staff is here to help. Tour our fully stocked showroom and speak with us about your materials needs and technical questions. Our large variety of display castings and molds may help trigger your creativity! Come in and discuss your upcoming projects with us, we have a huge range of material expertise.
Our customers range from large architectural mold makers to home hobby casters and everywhere in between. We keep a full stock of items available, from sculpting tools and essentials like modeling clay, to silicone and urethane rubber for general mold making and special effects.
Our large showroom and teaching facility also hosts many events and seminars from introductory product-based free discussions to full day instructional seminars to take enhance your mold making and casting skills.
|Basics of Mold Making & Casting||May 19, 2017||9:00 am - 3:00 pm||$75.00 Per Person|
|Let's Talk About Cosplay Props||June 9, 2017||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Free|
|Basics of Mold Making & Casting||July 7, 2017||9:00 am - 3:00 pm||$75.00 Per Person|
|Let's Talk About Brush On Molds and Mother Molds||August 11, 2017||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Free|
|Basics of Mold Making & Casting||September 8, 2017||9:00 am - 3:00 pm||$75.00 Per Person|
|Let's Talk About Casting Silicone Rubber||October 6, 2017||1:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Free|
|Basics of Mold Making & Casting||November 11, 2017||9:00 am - 3:00 pm||$75.00 Per Person|
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.