Reusable Mould Material - Lowers the cost of moulds for casting
This rubberlike material turns into a low-viscosity liquid when heated above its melting point of 55°C. It is non-toxic and biodegradable.
It is used as a pourable mould material to make moulds for casting polyurethane, epoxy, concrete, soap, chocolate, and other materials. It is often used instead of thermosetting silicone, which is a single-use material. The reusable mould material can dramatically lower the cost of experiments and small-quantity moulding.
It can be heated in a microwave. The material can be re-melted to form new moulds up to 35 times. There are variants of the material with different hardnesses and a variant that is safe for food contact. The manufacturer does not disclose what the material is made from, but it is probably based on gelatin and glycerin.
Use the material to reduce the cost of moulding parts for customised prostheses.
You get a moulded disc as seen on the product picture. You can melt the sample in the microwave.
All samples come with a laminated information card, which includes contact details for the supplier.
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