Reynolds Advanced Materials
Since 1963
Materials for
Making Things®
UreCoat® flexible coating brushed in mold then backed with FlexFoam-iT! expanding urethane flexible foam.

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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

EventDateTimeLocationCost
May 25, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Boston, MA Free
June 1, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Allentown, PA Free
June 1, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Seattle, WA Free
June 7, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Chicago, IL Free
June 8, 20189:30 am - 3:30 pm Charlotte, NC $75.00 Per Person
June 8, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Dallas, TX Free
June 8, 20181:00 pm - 3:00 pm Los Angeles, CA Free
June 14, 20189:30 am - 3:30 pm Boston, MA $75.00 Per Person

Community Stories

Idea 23 – Unique Keyboards for Unique People

Posted on 5/3/18

Idea 23 makes custom keycaps for computer keyboards.  These keycaps allow people to express their own personal style while gaming or working. (read more)

An Amazing Event at Reynolds Advanced Materials – Phoenix

Posted on 2/23/18

Reynolds – Phoenix hosted their annual RAM FAN open house event yesterday, welcoming a full house of customers and friends. (read more)

Harvard Semitic Museum Recasts Antiquity

Posted on 2/15/18

The giant plaster castings of ancient reliefs in the Harvard Semitic Museum are rejuvenated with the help of modern moldmaking materials (read more)

Reynolds Assists RISD NASA Rover Challenge Team

Posted on 2/15/18

Reynolds is proud to be involved with assisting the Rhode Island School of Design NASA Human Exploration Rover Design team. (read more)

Customer Spotlight: Veteran & Sculptor Reveals “Remembrance”

Posted on 10/20/17

Sculptor and US Navy veteran Peter Rubino has been a long time customer of our Charlotte branch. Recently, Peter unveiled a statue he has been working on which honors America’s fallen war heroes. The sculpture is entitled “Remembrance.” This piece is currently on display in Trumbull, Connecticut and there is an additional limited edition casting at the Military Wall in Waxhaw, North Carolina.

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