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Silicone Rubber - Tin Cure

TinSil<sup>®</sup> Mold of Clay SculptureUse TinSil® Liquid Silicone Rubbers to make your own silicone molds and silicone parts.

TinSil® rubbers are tin-cured (also known as condensation cure), room-temperature curing silicones. Molds made from these rubbers exhibit high tear strength, good release properties, and resistance to high temperatures.

TinSil molds can be used to cast a variety of materials, including wax and plaster, but the real advantage applies when casting polyurethane resins and foams, epoxy casting plastics, and polyester resins because release agents are not necessary.

These rubbers are commonly used in Sculpture & Foundry, Architectural Reproduction & Restoration, Foam, Plastic & Plaster Millwork & Ornamentation, Theming & Display, and Candle Making applications.

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Video Tutorials

How to Make a Brush-On Mold with Mold Shell [Part II]

Part II of this two-part video demonstrates the creation of a two-part plastic mold shell, removal of the mold shell, and rotational plastic casting of this pumpkin.

How to Make a Brush-On Mold with Mold Shell [Part I]

Part I of this video tutorial demonstrates how to make a brush-on mold using tin-cured silicone rubber (TinSil® 80-30).