“The thrill of taking an idea and concept and molding it into something that is tangible; that thrill never gets old.” – Brett Curtis.
Reynolds Advanced Materials in Denver is excited to have discovered and is honored to introduce craftsman and artist Brett Curtis and his company Stampede Studios. Brett, for the past 25 years has been a mechanic in a body shop and has always enjoyed working with his hands. He found in his spare time that he likes to sculpt using clay, as he feels it is a natural transition. (read more)
Reynolds – Denver customer Donna Merchant-Cooks is in our latest Customer Spotlight! Donna recently created some incredible art pieces for the Thingamajig Theater. Donna worked closely with our outside technician Karlee. Many of Smooth-On’s wide variety of Habitat Epoxy Putty materials were used in the creation of these pieces.
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.
Reynolds – Denver held their Intro to Mold Making and Casting Seminar last week and the turnout was anything less than impressive. The eager to learn crowd of over 30 people brought their projects and moldmaking questions.
It is our pleasure to introduce the Kickstarter: Klos Guitars (KG). KG manufactures “the ultimate durable, affordable, and comfortable carbon fiber travel guitar.” KG was founded this past winter by Ian Klosowiak and Adam Klosowiak; after they found the cold air from an opened window cracked their wooden bodied guitars. (read more)
Our Denver location hosted their RAM FAN Open house last week, to a crowd of over 100 guests. Guests were able to meet new people from around the area with similar interests as they learn about all of the materials Reynolds has to offer. (read more)
The Denver Reynolds location hosted a full house Basic Mold Making Seminar on November 22nd. These full-day seminars cover the basics of moldmaking and casting. We use slides, video and demonstrations of various techniques and materials to maximize your learning experience. Questions about your projects are welcome. Reynolds provides lunch and light refreshments. (read more)