In this video tutorial, Habitat™ Fire Safe flame rated epoxy is used to create a full size totem pole for a museum. The epoxy putty is placed over a carved foam armature. (read more)
The Reynolds Advanced Materials full product catalog is now available in Spanish. (read more)
Reynolds – Dallas is proud to introduce Diamond T Rubber (DTR). DTR is a company that creates replica Rubber parts for Diamond T pickup trucks between the 20’s and 50’s.
In this new tutorial video, we show how you can create a very lightweight antler headband using Free Form® AIR epoxy putty. (read more)
Frank Ippolito’s team and Tested are giving us an inside look at how these Murloc cosplays were created. (read more)
This DIY video shows how to make resin earrings using a silicone mold and casting resin. (read more)
Josh Lange, of Lange Concepts, designs and builds one-off supercars, specializing in part/mold design and fabrication. Materials from carbon fiber to leaded crystal are used to build custom designs for himself and clients. The products and helpful staff at Reynolds Advanced Materials are a key component in Lange achieving outstanding results.
Leucopsis Products in Bangor, PA recently made a visit to Reynolds Advanced Materials in Allentown to find a more cost effective solution for their aquatic bird rearing cubicle floors. Leucopsis were previously using expensive premade floors and wanted to begin making their own.
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) hosted a design/engineering summer class for high school to college aged kids. During the class, these children sculpted sneaker soles with different treads.
Reynolds Advanced Materials in Dallas has their spotlight on local artist and sculptor Jason Mehl. Jason has created a number of interesting pieces using materials that were supplied by Reynolds – Dallas.