Drum sticks - Shoe Mold Silicone Rubber

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Drum sticks listing typeFor Sale
Instrument number43540
Drum sticks listedbefore 2018
Price (US Dollars)3.40 $5

Description: Drum sticks - Shoe Mold Silicone Rubber

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Shoe mold silicone rubber
A. mainly used for shoe soles mold making
B. Two-component silicone rubber with tin-catalyst
C. Cured under room temperature
D. low shrinkage
E. excellent fexibility & easy demould
Shoe mold silicone rubber applications
Shoe mold silicone rubber is mainly used for shoe molds, sand casting, sole sampling, plaster models, simple products, products with non-complex patterns, as well as product models with stable size and non-deformation.
Shoe Mold Silicone Rubber features:
A. Two-component silicone rubber with tin-catalyst
B. Cured under room temperature
C. low shrinkage
D. excellent fexibility & easy demould
Shoe Mold Silicone Rubber Using Instruction:
The component A of shoe Mold Silicone Rubber is white flowing liquid and the component B is the curing agent. For example, take silicone rubber of 100g and add 2% curing agent for mixing evenly. After the silicone rubber and the curing agent are completely mixed, put the silicon into a vacuum machine for deairing to remove the bubbles. After deaired, pouring the liquid silicone rubber into the product to be duplicated or into the mold frame.
Notes:
Shoe mold silicone rubber is used for pouring or brushing technique. That is to say, fix the product or sole model to be duplicated onto a plane plate, then enclose the plane frame with wooden plates to prevent the leakage of the silicon , mix the silicone rubber and the curing agent evenly according to the mixing ratio of 100 : 2 and pour them onto the sole model, then brush evenly with a wooden plate or a brush, and fill up the mold frame with gypsum after the silicone rubber is dried

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