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Sodium Silicate – Handle With Care

By Adams Xiao Yesterday 1 Views No comments

Sodium silicate is a multipurpose and handy material for artists. However, it has to be handled carefully to avoid any harmful side-effects.

Which Type of Alginate Is Better for Molds?

By Adams Xiao 2 months ago 41 Views No comments

Which alginate formulation you need for your project will be determined by a number of factors, but the kind of casting or molding that you're doing will certainly be one of the most important variables. However, stretching, flexibility, and rigidity are also important things to consider. For more on which type of alginate is better for specific molds and uses, you can continue reading below.

How to Choose the Right Silicone Rubber Casting Kit

By Adams Xiao 2 months ago 47 Views No comments

No one wants to put in hours of work only to have it ultimately go to waste. Whether you're molding for precision parts, artwork, or life casting, having the right material to work with is crucial. Silicone is arguably the best mold-making material in the world, since it's superb at capturing details and has multiple curing options. Silicone can be food safe and safe on skin, as well as being excellent for higher temperature applications. But with so many options to choose from, how do you select the right silicone for casting your masterpiece? Keep reading to learn more.

Tips for Using Alginate Molding Powder

By Ed McCormick 4 months ago 61 Views No comments

Alginate is a popular powder for molding, given that it is nontoxic and biodegradable, making it perfect for your more sensitive projects, like creating casts of your baby's feet or hands. As with most projects, it usually pays to think ahead so that you don't waste time or supplies with a lot of do-overs.

Guidelines for Making Molds with Hand Casting Kits

By Ed McCormick 4 months ago 58 Views No comments

Creating powder casts can make a fun project and a meaningful memento at the same time. Many people use them to make casts of their babies' hands or feet, but they can be used in a lot of creative ways. It can also be an easy process as long as you follow instructions carefully. Here we have a brief overview for you before go shopping for body casting kits.

Is Life Casting Safe?

By Ed McCormick 5 months ago 119 Views No comments

It is normal to worry about the mold making material harming yours or your baby's skin.

How Long Does A Life Casting Take?

By 6 months ago 137 Views No comments


Do not shy away from getting a life cast thinking that it will take too much time to get your impressions.