"Starter set silicone rubber: form and duplicate - small"
Starter set for forming silicone rubber molds for duplicating objects.
Want to make silicone molds yourself, but don't know exactly what you need and how to do it? With the starter set it’s possible to get started right away. The set contains:
500 g TFC Troll Factory Silicone Rubber Type 1 Form silicone soft 1: 1
(1x 250 g part A, 1x 250 g part B)
Extra hardening 2-component silicone rubber vulcanises at room temperature.
The silicones are supplied in high-quality plastic squeeze bottles with dosing cap, making it easy and clean to work. Thanks to the packaging, the exact dosage can be made effortlessly.
The silicones can be stored for at least a year.
Features and application:
- simple processing
- simple mixing of components of 1: 1 by weight
- very good fluidity, the mixture is easy to pour
- Combination to rubber-elastic vulcanizate without reaction heat
- temperature resistant up to 150 ° C for short periods
- high tear strength and high flexibility
- very detailed in the reproduction
- excellent anti-stick effect for easy release of the models
- use e.g. in dentistry for imprinting and in modeling and mold making.
Further product information:
Color: green (component A) and white (component B)
Mixture: 1: 1 by weight
Specific weight: 1.1
Viscosity 4000 ± 300 cP
Mixing time at 23 degrees Celsius 1 minute
Processing time at 23 degrees Celsius 6-8 minutes
Curing time at 23 degrees Celsius 40 minutes
Hardness Shore A after 24 hours 18-20
Breaking load 4.0 ± 0.2 N / mm², 02
Extension at break 380 ± 20%
Tensile strength 20 ± 1 N / mm
Reproduction detail: 2 microns
Dimensional change after 24 hours 0.02%
TFC Silicone Rubber Type 1 is very suitable for the production of advanced, elastic and durable forms with pronounced undercuts.
TFC silicone rubber type 1 can be used to produce molds with one or more parts
For forming original models made of wood, glass, metal, plastic, wax, ceramic molding.
Fabricate molds for casting with all water-soluble casting materials such as Stewalin, Plastalin Super, Keraflott or plaster, Keramin, Alabit, Giesston, cement, concrete, etc.
Possibility to pour with soap fats (soap glycerin) for the production of your own soap or wax for the production of candles.
Casting resins are possible, but in that case you have to pre-treat the mold with a release agent before pouring, because casting resins can lead to embrittlement of the mold after repeated casting.
These silicones have not been tested for skin and mucosal compatibility or for use in combination with food.
Aluminimum mold frame with base plate 20x20cm
Variable moldframe made of aluminum, consisting of:
4 aluminum corner plates, dimensions 100 mm x 200 mm x 50 mm
1 aluminum base plate, dimensions 200 mm x 200 mm
The 4 angle plates can be shifted variably to each other, so that a casting box can be adjusted exactly to the model in order to obtain an optimum shape. To use only the required amount of molding material / casting material.
250g modeling clay non-curing, sulfur-free
TFC mold clay is perfectly suitable e.g.
Forming and casting technology
Animated film characters in stop-motion technology
TFC mold making modeling clay consists of microcrystals that are also suitable for making molds for food and cosmetic products. The purest paraffin oil according to the German Pharmacopoeia with pure mineral fillers. Free from sulfur components.
TFC mold modeling clay contains no preservatives, is food-safe, non-toxic, formaldehyde and gluten free.
It does not dry out over several years and remains flexible and dimensionally stable.
50 ml TFC Trennvaseline
separates silicone from silicone for multi-part molds
TFC Separation Vaseline serves as a release agent for the production of multi-part silicone molds, separates silicone from silicone and / or silicone rubber. In addition, it separates other materials and surfaces from the original model when forming
Separation vaseline is applied thinly to the article to be produced and between the cured silicone part and the new layer of silicone. This prevents the two mold halves from sticking together.
The application of TFC separation Vaseline is also well suited to protect the original model. This makes it easy to remove the model from the mold that has been created, preventing damage to, for example, an existing paint job on the original model.
For porous materials such as plaster models, wooden and unsealed surfaces, a layer of separation vaseline seals the pores that are still open. This prevents the silicone rubber from flowing into the pores. With this you avoid that there is no good / neat separation of the original object and the mold after curing.
TFC Separation Vaseline is applied thinly with a brush.
The work is easier if the TFC Separation Vaseline is warmed up slightly before application.
The TFC Separation Vaseline is free from harmful substances.
Textbook "Working with silicone"
detailed instructions for making molds (Note! Language is German)
Silicone rubber is an extremely flexible and suitable material for many applications.
This book mainly deals with the applications in the hobby area, the many different possibilities of the print are described in detail and partly illustrated.
To make it clear to the practical hobbyist what material he is actually dealing with, the practical part is preceded by a knowledge part. It consists an overview of the different applications for which the material is used and the different types of silicone rubber that are currently on the market.
If you like to experiment, you will discover a wealth of creative possibilities in silicone rubber. The ideas are virtually limitless - on the one hand because silicone rubber is very flexible, and on the other because the material is available in so many different variants. By adding so-called additives, anyone can make the optimum silicone rubber for their own use.
There is no clear use of terms by the various developers and sellers of silicone rubber. This makes it difficult to find the right meaning and find the right material. As a result, suppliers try to use their own terms, one better than the other. With this book we try to solve some of the confusion and offer decision support for the important question:
Which silicone for which application?
Anyone who has to deal with this material will have to accept one or the other setback, but "Trying makes smart". This certainly applies in the case of silicone rubber. Increasing experiences ensure that the successes are greater.
After the theoretical part of the book, numerous, partially illustrated instructions describe how the originals can best be formed successfully. All instructions must be taken as suggestions. Because every original molded with silicone rubber has its own special functions and must be treated accordingly.
Writer: Rainer Habekost & Alexandra Wagner
Original title: Arbeiten mit Silikon