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Taxidermists around the world know mold making rubbers, casting plastics, foams, etc. as versatile, consistent and economical.

Smooth-On has dozens of materials to choose from and technical support to put you back on track if you get into trouble or lose your way. These materials are very easy to use and offer almost limitless design possibility.

"I use to pay someone else to make my antler molds, but I now do it myself using Mold Max Stroke silicone and Smooth-Cast 320 plastic, and once I got good at that, it led to other projects using foams, pigments and plastics I didn't even know existed."
- Bubba Arquette, Taxidermist - Shreveport, LA

Taxidermists like Tony Breedlove of Wildlife Art Creations in Melrose, FL, use rubbers, plastics, foams, pigments, etc. to create flawless reproductions of fish, reptiles and game. Innovative mold making and casting techniques have redefined the state-of-the-art in realistically reproducing wildlife.



Molding & Casting An Alligator Snapping Turtle

Perfect Antler Reproductions Using A Reverse Molding Method

Using Dragon Skin Silicone to Reproduce Antlers
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Various Taxidermy Projects

Lightweight and Ferocious Alligators Rotationally Cast For A Good Cause Using Task 15 Resin

How SORTA-Clear Silicone Helps You Find Your Way

Tony Breedlove: Taxidermist, Artist, Smooth-On Enthusiast
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Smooth Cast 320 Tech Sheet - MSDS
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Rebound 25 Tech Sheet - MSDS
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Smooth Cast 65D Roto Tech Sheet - MSDS
Plasti Paste II Tech Sheet - MSDS

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