These full-day seminars will cover the basics of moldmaking and casting. We use slides, lectures and demonstrations of various techniques and materials to maximize your learning experience. Questions about your projects are welcome. Reynolds provides lunch and light refreshments. Due to the popularity of our seminars, slots are booked on a first-paid, first-in basis. Class size will not be increased.
Terms & Conditions
Reynolds Advanced Materials seminars are not for children. You must be 18 years of age or older to attend.
Potential Risks: In using featured materials and watching material demonstrations, we may use aerosol release agents, urethane compounds containing isocyanates, epoxy compounds containing amines and other products that may be harmful to certain individuals. Although we emphasize safety, observe all recommended safety precautions and provide adequate ventilation in our classroom, you should not take this class if you suffer from asthma or other breathing disorders. Those who are allergic /sensitized to isocyanates or amines should not take this course.
If you desire further information concerning any other aspect of the event before deciding whether you wish to attend, please contact us in writing. Otherwise, by submitting this Registration Form you agree that you have assumed all risks associated with the seminar.
Special Needs: If you require special assistance, we will make every reasonable effort to accommodate you within the context of our industrial setting and physical space limitations. We require 60 days advance written notice if you need an accommodation and may require you to accept placement in a future class in order to comply with your request.
Refund Policy: No refunds will be offered for a seminar unless we are forced to cancel for an unforeseen reason. In the unlikely event that we are forced to cancel or reschedule, we will contact you immediately and offer to include you in the rescheduled event or refund the price paid for the seminar only. We are not responsible for travel or lodging expenses, other expenses, fees or other costs associated with your attendance at the event or the cancellation of the event.
Permission to Use Your Likeness: By enrolling in our class you hereby grant Reynolds Advanced Materials permission to use your voice, written statements and likeness (including photographs and videos) in any form or media, at any time, for Reynolds Advanced Materials' promotional and related purposes, including, for example, use in any Reynolds Advanced Materials publications, trade publications, press releases, advertisements, literature, websites, social media, signage and other marketing or public relations materials of any kind, without further permission, notice, payment or other consideration.
No Audio/Video Recording During Instruction Sessions of the Class: No audio, photography or videography with cameras, video cameras, cell phone cameras or other electronic recording devices are permitted during instructional sessions.
Cell Phone Policy: Phone conversations are prohibited during instructional sessions in the seminar room. Please use our entry hallway if you want to use your cell phone.
Meals & Refreshments: Because of the nature and size of our training classes, we regrettably cannot honor special requests for dietary accommodations.
No Warranty: Reynolds Advanced Materials offers this presentation for general demonstrative and informational purposes only. Reynolds Advanced Materials does not warrant that by attending the presentation, attendees will be able to use the materials and techniques demonstrated in the presentation for any purpose or monetary benefit, and Reynolds Advanced Materials makes no other warranties of any kind respecting the presentation.
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February 9, 2018; 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
6512 Pinecastle Blvd, Orlando 32809
$75.00 Per Person
*Includes Lunch and FREE Pourable Silicone Starter Kit..
Important: Must be 18 years or older to participate. In demonstrating techniques for mold making and casting, we emphasize safety and provide adequate ventilation in our classroom. However, we use materials that may affect certain individuals. If you are pregnant, suffer from breathing disorders (such as asthma) or are sensitized to urethane or epoxy resins, you should not take this class.
There are no more spaces available for this event.
Presented in an easy-to-understand Slideshow/Demo format, this seminar will introduce you to:
Different Materials Available for Making Molds
Different Mold Making Techniques
Once You Have Your Mold, What Can You Pour Into It To Make a Copy
Casting Options – Make Your Plastic Castings Look Like Metal, Wood, Stone and More!
Secrets to Being Successful in Using These Materials
Making a rubber mold of an original model allows you to make one or more perfect reproductions of that original. Molds are used daily for hundreds of applications including: