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Mold Making with OOMOO 30 Silicone Rubber from Smooth-On. Learn how to make a simple mold and cast Smooth-Cast 300 liquid plastic and resin into it.
11 Jan 2008
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Making the support shell for a Brush-On silicone rubber mold. This is Part 2 from Smooth-On
19 Jan 2008
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Part 1: Using Rebound 25 brush-on silicone rubber from Smooth-On to make a mold. See also Part 2
19 Jan 2008
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Using Smooth-Cast 300 by Smooth-On to make hard molds for creating fake wounds and scars with Skin Tite silicone rubber.
19 Jan 2008
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Using Smooth-On's Psycho Paint to paint silicone rubber for special effects.
19 Jan 2008
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FUJI, a dolphin that lost 75 per cent of her tail due to a mysterious disease, is jumping once again with the help of what is believed to be the world's first artificial fin. The 34-year-old dolphin, held at Japan's largest aquarium on the southern island of Okinawa, wears the rubber fin for about 20 minutes a day, allowing her to jump and swim at the same speed as other dolphins. Fuji was stricken by a mysterious disease causing necrosis - the death of cells - in 2002. Vets had to amputate most of her tail. After the surgery, a vet at the aquarium asked his friend at Bridgestone, Japan's largest tyre-maker, for help. A spokesman for Bridgestone said the most difficult technical challenge was creating rubber with a surface texture smooth enough to avoid scratching the dolphin's skin. The company began working on the fin in 2003, but several samples were either too heavy or loose for the dolphin, which is 2.7m long and weighs 227kg. Researchers used divers and underwater cameras to monitor and record Fuji swimming, continually re-engineering and improving the fin throughout 2004. It was only in August, after Bridgestone created the lightest fin, that Fuji finally jumped.
22 Jun 2009
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The best polyurethane casting resin designed to make bold colorful, castings of models, prototypes, figurines and reproductions. Product uses include: Making molds, Patterns, Prototypes, Models, Signs, Production Parts, Gaskets, Figurines. We also supply Rtv Silicones, Release agents, Pigments, and many other specialty resins.
2 Mar 2012
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The operations of making plaster line by silicone rubber. For more information, pls feel free to contact MS taylor: e-mail: sales(at)szrl(dot)net Skype: taylordl828 Facebook: hyw(at)szrl(dot)net Mob/whatsapp: +86 18938867522
30 Sep 2017
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