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SpinKast™ Silicones

We use modern chemistry techniques to formulate unique products to meet the special needs of manufacturers.

Available in all popular sizes

22.8 cm (9 inch) set of 4 disks 10 sets per box

30.5 cm (12 inch) set of 4 disks 10 sets per box

38.1 cm (15 inch) set of 4 disks 5 sets per box

45.7 cm (18 inch) set of 4 disks 5 sets per box

50.8 cm (20 inch) set of 4 disks 5 sets per box

All disks are 6.35mm (1/4 inch) thick 4 disks per set

We will also make other hardness' grades and colors by special order.


SpinKast Standard™

For pewter and other low melt alloys and plastics. High tear strength with excellent elongation properties. Great for undercuts. Perfect for small pieces such as gaming miniatures, ornaments or collectibles

Cure: 350°F (177°C)

Hardness: 55° Shore A


SpinKast ZeroShrink™ ENERGY SAVER

General purpose grade suited to any application where shrink is an important consideration. ZeroShrink™ is lower in durometer, but greater density permitting higher clamp pressure and resistance to internal deflection.

Cure: from 160°F (71°C) through 250°F (121°C)

Hardness: 45° Shore A


SpinKast LT™ ENERGY SAVER

Low temperature cure for pewter and other low temperature metals and plastics. Excellent for models made from temperature sensitive materials.

Cure: from 160°F (71°C) through 250°F (121°C)

Hardness: 55° Shore A


SpinKast™ Backer

Economical backer designed for use as an outer layer for mold making.

Reduces the cost of overall mold.

Contains rapid cooling material to reduce mold cooling times.

Cure: 350° F (177°C)

Hardness: 70° Shore A


SpinKast SinkerKast 60A™

Specifically originally designed for those making lead sinkers, hooks & fishing lures.

Medium hard material, easy to pack and easy to extract finished pieces.

Cure: 350°F (177°C)

Hardness: 60° Shore A

 


SpinKast ZincKast™

High heat resistant silicone designed for high temperature casting of Zinc and other alloys. Can be used as a long lasting material for high production mold applications.

Cure: 350°F (177°C)

Hardness: 70° Shore A


Talc Release Powder/ Teflon Spray

Talc powder serves as a seperating agent for silicone molds.

Once patterns are set in core side of the mold, spray with teflon spray or dust with talc powder before stacking the top side of the mold half with more material.


Mold Locators

These mold lacator nuts are sold in packs of 1,000 pcs.

Mold locators are used to ensure proper alignment of the mold and to prevent shifting of the mold.


 
 
 
 
 
 

Manufacturer of the most dependable and consistent mold rubbers available today.