MOLD MAKING & CASTING
We make lots of silicone molds, in fact we have literally made over eight tons of them!
No, Really, not kidding...
If you just need a simple open face mold, or a complicated multiple part mold we can handle that for you. We cast urethane resin parts as well, rigid, flexible, or foam, and elastomers and rubber parts for safe stunt props. Below are examples of some of the parts and molds we have made. Including some of the various materials we have cast them from.
A cast clear urethane trophy for a Hyundai commercial with Brett Favre.
A group of small two part silicone molds and the cast parts that came out of them.
These 10" tall characters were cast from a rubbery material. The top panel is the art provided by the client we worked from, Below is 3 of each of the completed characters .
A table full of completed characters.
The parts were all cast in the actual colors, then assembled.
A table full of cast resin mic flags for Access Hollywood.
A plastic rigid resin Stunt Burger.
Fake Bacon Cheese Burger for
a Carls Junior commercial.
Rubber switch blade knifes &
screw drivers for stunt work.
Two Music Boxes for a corporate customer. These short run manufacturing projects required us to make pieces for 500 music boxes totaling about 15000 cast resin parts per each style box.
Cinderella Slippers for a Disney commercial cast from clear urethane resin.
A large boxed silicone mold, with core plugs, for an industrial customer.
The box disassembles to get the cast part out. The pattern is on the left.
A Silicone mold for casting expanding soft flexible foam in.
Two of the soft foam cast parts in different densities.
A set of large silicone two part box molds for casting crystal shaped parts out of expanding rigid foam.
Several cast tinted translucent parts.
These were made to match the customers specs.
Cast urethane elastomer parts used as unique door pulls for a Sony conference room.
We made a series of these items for a children's museum. They were meant to be touched and not seen. They were made from materials that would simulate the feel of the real item. They were mounted in the bottom of a dark sphere and the kids would be able touch them and try to identify what they were using only there sense of touch.
A group of patterns, molds, and casting for a custom barn model.
A group of molds and castings.
Various multiple part silicone molds.
A large Jacketed two piece silicone mold for a mask.
Large Silicone mold in the
works with a Fiberglass
Jacket lay up.
A table full of multiple part silicone molds.