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Mold Max High Temp Pourable Tin-Cure Silicone

Mold Max High Temp Pourable Tin-Cure Silicone

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Mold Max™ RTV silicone mold rubbers will reproduce the finest detail from a variety of industrial and art related applications including reproducing prototypes, furniture, sculpture and architectural elements. Use them to cast a variety of materials including wax, gypsum, low melt alloys/metals and urethane, epoxy or polyester resins (without using a release agent).

Mold Max™ 10, 20, 25, 30 and 40

Used in various production applications from small to large scale like making architectural elements. Mold Max™ 10, 20, 25 and 30 silicone can be thickened with THI-VEX™ additive for brush-on applications.

Mold Max™ 14NV and 29NV

Low Viscosity

Offers low viscosity, fast cure and long library life. Mold Max™ 14 NV and 29NV do not require vacuum degassing and will reproduce the finest detail.

Mold Max™ STROKE

Brushable Silicone

Self-thickens for making fast brush-on molds of almost any model. 4 thin layers is all that is necessary to make a strong and durable production mold for casting wax, gypsum, concrete or resins.

Mold Max™ T Series

Translucent Silicone Rubber

Mold Max™ 10T, 15T and 27T allow for an infinite number of color effects that can be achieved by adding Silc Pig™ silicone pigments or Cast Magic™ powders.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Stuart Paterson
Mold Max High Temp Pourable

Good product, works well. Wear gloves when mixing.

Masa Kuroko
So good

Thanks for the quick response.

craig king

5 stars, brilliant product for fine detail moulding, quick delivery time, excellent, thanks guys

Mold Max Pourable Tin-Cure

I am happy with my purchases thank you for your prompt service PS is there a silicon RTV that is mixed using volume rather that weight and slightly thinner than the Mold Max 60 I fing the Mold Max to thick to level when poured into the deepest part of the mold the Alumilite 30 is slightly better to use.

Jared Lopez
average product

the product is ok but after second use the mold has started to crack in parts with fine detail

Interesting. It should be durable enough to reproduce more than a few casting. Wonder if it's the product you are casting into it?