Craft rubber moldingSome examples of rubber molding for craft
|Craft rubber mold|
**oven safe up to 395 degrees
**handmade with great care
don't use the same mold for food and crafts
Please note: the color of mold may be different
1. Deal with the original mould.
2. Spary release agent evenly on the original mould
3. Weigh the silicone rubber and Curing/Catalyst/Hardener correctly and mix them evenly
4. Put the mixed silicone into vacuum pump for bubble releasing
5. Perfusion or brushing process
Silicon rubber for PU/poly resin products, unsaturated resin products, plaster products, candles and gypsums crafts, toys, soap molds, statues,casting molds making, etc.
TinSil tin silicone mold rubbers silicone mold rubbersare two-part, room temperature (RTV) curing systems that are used primarily for casting resins such as polyester, polyurethane, epoxy as well as polyurethane foams and low melting metals. This includes casting cold cast bronze art objects where the resin binder is EasyFlo 60 or EasyFlo clear
TinSil rubbers are pourable as supplied or can be thickened with Tin thix liquid thickener for brush-on mold applications. A brushable/sprayable version called TinSil brush is available for
use by hand or with low cost, portable equipment.
TinSil systems do not require mold release and offer excellent chemical resistance and long mold life during casting. TinSil molds do have a limited shelf-life when cured (library life) so they are not recommended for extended storage. TinSil 80-Series molds are designed for longer library life compared to TinSil 70-Series and other available tin silicone systems.
Here's a little overview of the rubber molding for craft