Walking through the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, between Gates T12 and T16 you might stumble across a stacked collage of rainbow ice cream melting right off the cones. In fact, this is not ice cream at all, but the work of artist and sculptor Jourdan Joly. (read more)
Located in Sterling Heights, Michigan, Systematic Manufacturing specializes in production CNC milling and turning as well as designing and building ergonomic assemblies and machines. They also create prototypes of various machine components and assemblies. (read more)
After 4 years of care, thought and revisions beautiful bronze and glass light spires surround granite pillars to memorialize the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing on Boylston Street in Boston Massachusetts. Artist Pablo Eduardo, Ross Art Studio and Sincere Metalworks worked closely with the families of, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and Krystle Campbell to create a proper memorial to remember the victims. (read more)
Reynolds-Orlando had a full house for their Intro to Lifecasting Seminar on October 4th, 2019. Attendees from all backgrounds, came with a thirst for information on the different techniques used in creating lifecastings. (read more)
In Oroville, California the California Department of Water Resources, Exhibits and Education restored the sun-damaged fiberglass fish at the Feather River Fish Hatchery using EpoxAcast™ 670.
On September, Friday 13th 2019, Reynolds-Orlando held their Materials Spotlight reviewing and demonstrating the different types and uses of Fillers, Colorants and Tints. Participants learned the differences between colorants available such as UVO™, SO-Strong™, and Silc Pig™ and the different applications they can be used for. (read more)
On August 9, 2019, Reynolds-Allentown hosted their “Lifecasting and F/X Seminar”, an all-day event that brought in over 20 attendees. (read more)
Reynolds – Seattle customer and Smooth on fan Scott Foster uses Free Form™ Sculpt to patch and repair sculptures that were commissioned for the “Travel Portland” campaign. These “Portlanders” were made from various Smooth-On materials and have traveled around the US and even spent a weekend in England! (read more)
Reynolds – Los Angeles customer breaks the mold of adaptive aids, introduces revolutionary silicone grip assistance technology using Smooth-On materials.