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It All Starts With An Idea...

It all starts with an idea for a product that you think has commercial potential. On your way to developing your idea, you will need a three dimensional physical representation before you go to production and that's where rubbers, plastics and foams come in.

Materials have been used to make prototypes for over 60 years and are still instrumental today in bringing the world's most amazing products to market.

Who Uses Materials To Make Prototype Models?

The client list includes Apple Computer, Dell Computer, NASA, SONY, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, The US Army, Boeing, Advanced Medical Devices, Martin Guitar, Disney, Bose, Moen and thousands of other industry leaders around the world.

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Moen Prototype Shop Uses Smooth-On Products To Spark Development
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Advanced Moldmaking Technique: Venting a Silicone Mold To Eliminate Bubbles In Finished Casting
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E-Z Spray Expandable Foam Is Used To Create Custom 'Hollow Rocks' to House Outdoor Speakers
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Football Tee Made Indestructible With Smooth-Cast 60D Semi-Rigid Castable Plastic
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Gallery of Rubber Molds and Plastic Castings Used For Prototyping
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C-1520® Takes the Controls
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TASK® 18 Castable Resin for Vacuum Forming Applications
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Lightweight and Ferocious Alligators Rotationally Cast For A Good Cause Using Task® 15 Resin
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Ignite® Pigments For Knock-Out Color Effects
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Toronto Fans Go Wild For Universal Designs' Hockey Character Costumes Created By David Pea
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PMC-780 Tech Sheet - MSDS
PMC-790 Tech Sheet - MSDS
Mold Max Series Tech Sheet - MSDS
Smooth-Sil Series Tech Sheet - MSDS

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