Casting Latex & Mask Making Latex for the creation of hollow
Casting Latex is a liquid rubber that sets up as a result of water being absorbed into the plaster mold. Without fillers, the casting latex will set up with maximum flexibility. With the use of fillers, based on clay, varying hardnesses can be achieved. Casting Latex is very useful for the production of hollow molded rubber articles, toys, hot-water bottles, rubber balls, imitation pottery, masks , puppet heads, and display articles. It is also useful for coating polystyrene, texturing, and general special effects for theater work. L is a pre-vulcanized casting Latex.
Mold Making Latex
Even though the form itself will be no surprise, it feels like making something new.. If you are, or intending to be, a prop-maker or model-maker, it is a fairly essential skill to have. Model-making often involves repetition of forms which make up the whole, whether the columns of a Greek temple or a set of replacement hands for an animation puppet. It means for example that a form can be modelled in a material which makes modelling easy, such as clay or modelling wax, but which can then be transformed into something permanent such as metal or concrete. Although more time-consuming, being able to make a cast will achieve just that!
Techniques for making cavity molds, multi-part molds, and other methods to mold complicated originals. Make concrete molds for wet casting, form liners, concrete stamps, and GFRC decorative structures and panels. Using machinery or spray systems for making molds for concrete casting, architectural restoration, and more. Create displays for retail, theatrical, or even home usage as well as tutorials for solar cell encapsulation.