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“LIQUID MOULD” – Casting Liquid Silicone Rubber – 15/20 Shores

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CASTING LIQUID SILICONE RUBBER – for moulds, bi-component A + B.

Casting liquid silicone rubber, able to penetrate everywhere and to reproduce any small detail.
It is suitable for making moulds for small objects, even with very fine details and noticeable undercuts. Before use, it is necessary to add 5% of catalyst.

Liquid Silicone Rubber for Making Highly Detailed Moulds

Compatible with Resin, Soap and Polymer Pastes.
Ideal for multiple reproductions of models and complex shapes and jewels of any kind.
White Colour – Mixing Ratio: 100: 5 by weight (= 5%).

Complete hardening 12h. Liquid medium-hard condensation pourable silicone rubber (20 shore A).

It possesses high mechanical characteristics, and it is suited for the preparation of casts with considerable undercuts: reproduction of bronze statues (artistic foundries), serial reproduction of complex objects in resin (polyester, polyurethane and epoxy), in plaster, natural and synthetic wax, concrete (e.g. statues, decorative garden items, decorative candles, prototypes, decorative ceramics, rosettes, frames, faux wood decorations, etc.). Casts for technical products.

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CASTING LIQUID SILICONE RUBBER – for moulds, bi-component A + B.

Casting liquid silicone rubber, able to penetrate everywhere and to reproduce any small detail.
It is suitable for making moulds for small objects, even with very fine details and noticeable undercuts. Before use, it is necessary to add 5% of catalyst.

Liquid Silicone Rubber for Making Highly Detailed Moulds

Compatible with Resin, Soap and Polymer Pastes.
Ideal for multiple reproductions of models and complex shapes and jewels of any kind.
White Colour – Mixing Ratio: 100: 5 by weight (= 5%).

Complete hardening 12h. Liquid medium-hard condensation pourable silicone rubber (20 shore A).

It possesses high mechanical characteristics, and it is suited for the preparation of casts with considerable undercuts: reproduction of bronze statues (artistic foundries), serial reproduction of complex objects in resin (polyester, polyurethane and epoxy), in plaster, natural and synthetic wax, concrete (e.g. statues, decorative garden items, decorative candles, prototypes, decorative ceramics, rosettes, frames, faux wood decorations, etc.). Casts for technical products.

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“LIQUID MOULD” – Casting Liquid Silicone Rubber – 15/20 Shores
-Mix ratio: 100: 5 in weight (= 2%),
-Pot Life: 60-80 min;
-Pouring time: 60-80 min;
-Demould time: 12 hours;
-Hardness:

  1. 20 + -3 Shore A,
  2. 15 + -3 Shore A

*Shores – Higher values indicate higher hardness, lower – softer mould you get.

-Colour: white, semi-polished.

Mould making is a simple step-by-step process however please be aware that temperatures above 30C should be avoided, and all surfaces and mixing containers should be initially clean and dry.

Before applying silicone to the model, we recommend applying a separating compound on it and drying it.

1. IMPORTANT!!! Stir the base (component A) well before use, lifting all the filler that has fallen to the bottom of the container, due to the permissible precipitation of the filler.

2. Shake the container with the hardener (component B).

3. Mixing ratio – 100A:5B by weight.

4. Measure the required amount of base into a clean mixing container.

5. Measure the required amount of catalyst into the container.

6. Mix the base and the catalyst, stirring with a stick, until smooth for 5-10 minutes. Mix the mixture thoroughly along the sides and bottom of the container.

7. Slowly pour the mixed material in a uniform stream into one point of the mould so that the mixture spreads evenly over the drawing. This minimises the appearance of air bubbles in the material. First of all, it is recommended to pour the material on the drawing, which will reduce the possibility of bubbles in critical areas of the mould. To improve the separation, a separating agent for moulds can be applied to the product. After 20 minutes, it loses its fluidity and can be applied with a brush to inclined and vertical surfaces in layers.

8. Allow the material to harden for 24 hours at a temperature of 24 ° C before removing the product from the mould.

For best results, allow the mould to recover its physical and mechanical properties and harden in air for an additional 24 hours before using it in productio

WARNINGS:
During processing, use protective masks, gloves, and other protective clothing.
In case of contact with eyes, immediately rinse with cold water for 15 minutes and immediately consult a doctor.

Here is a new video from Steve who made some tests of our silicones –

 

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