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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)
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)
During the Reynolds Basics of Moldmaking and Casting seminars, instructors use slides, lectures and demonstrations of various techniques and materials to maximize your learning experience. Questions about your projects are welcome. (read more)
At the latest Reynolds – Orlando Material Spotlight featuring resins and foams, they welcomed a full house of individual hobbyists and beginners, students from universities, professional artists and more! (read more)
Over 200 people attended the November, 2018 Reynolds – Orlando RAM FAN event. Attendees were treated to demos of new materials from Buddy Rhodes Concrete Products, food, drinks, music and fun! (read more)
Last week, Reynolds – Orlando welcomed a sold-out crowd for their annual Basics of Lifecasting Seminar.
Reynolds Advanced Materials in Orlando hosted their Mold Making and Casting Seminar last week to a 20+-person crowd. The informative seminar helped prepare new users to ask material questions to future projects.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Orlando’s spotlight is back on Galaxy America. Galaxy America, a manufacturer of mechanical bull rides, is based out of Port Charlotte in Florida. The company has been around since 1985 and has created many innovative products.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Orlando staff hosted their free RAM FAN open house event last night, opening their facility to more than 100 customers. Special effects artist Michael Burnett was on hand to demonstrate skin FX techniques, along with other live demos.