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.
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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.
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This was one of the absolutely best show and tell seminars I have ever taken. Truly a well honed presentation and I wish I could take it again but I learned the first time everything I need. I will recommend this seminar to anyone who seeks this type of expertise.” — David C. Dallas, TX
The beauty of the class is that it gives not only an overview but an opportunity to see and handle many products. I now understand most of the differences between your products and which ones are of interest to me.” — Virginia K. Los Angeles, CA
I definitely would recommend your class to anyone I know that is interested in learning all there is about your amazing products and services. I feel like my money was extremely well spent!” — Kat W. Orlando, FL
I thought it was an excellent seminar! I think your main seminar instructor was a wealth of information. I think having a well versed and knowledgeable instructor is the most important thing. Thank you!” — Edward S. Chicago, IL
Thank you for the opportunity to spend the day learning. I look forward to attending future classes.” — Mike L. Denver, CO