Make Your Own Resin Molds for Miniatures, Figurines, Fantasy Creatures, Dollhouse, Dolls, and More
This Resin Mold Kit includes the materials you need to make your own molds and castings of your miniature objects.
You make a resin mold with the ComposiMold Reusable Molding material. This molding material
can be remelted and reused as many times as you want.
The Resin Mold Making Kit also includes Clear Epoxy Resin for casting in your molds.
http://www.ComposiMold.com Using ComposiMold-Firm Re-usable Mold Making Material to make a two part mold of a dog figurine and how to cast it with urethane casting resin. The process begins by preparing your master for molding by sealing with a shellac or urethane spray if necessary. Spray with mold release and let the mold release dry if necessary. Then spray with Bubble Buster to reduce bubbles from adhering to your master. Place your master in a mold box. If necessary, glue the part down with hot glue or use some polymer clay to hold it in place. Melt the ComposiMold. For this little amount of ComposiMold, we melted it for 2 minutes, using 1 minute intervals (with a 700 watt microwave). Times will vary depending on where you are and the microwave you are using. After pouring your ComposiMold around your part to make the mold, let it cool to solidify. Cut the mold with a knife, exacto knife, or razor blade. This cutting line will be your parting line so be careful and always cut away from you for safety. Mix the two urethane parts together as directed. This urethane was mixed in equal parts by volume. The syringe helps get the urethane resin into the small openings of the feet. Let the urethane cure. Time will vary depending on the type of urethane. For fast curing resins or larger castings, you may want to cool the ComposiMold in the freezer first to reduce the exotherm and protect your mold. When finished, admire your castings. ComposiMold can be remelted to make new molds whenever you are ready. To Order: http://composimoldstore.com/ Thank you! firstname.lastname@example.org