Resin Molding – Cast Epoxy in Any Shape You Want!
Resin molding is a real form of art! It allows you to cast epoxy in every shape imaginable. Do you own coasters, cutting boards, jewelry, and much more now!
Which Type of Mold should You Use?
The most popular and practical type of resin molding is definitely silicone. Silicone can be made in any shape and it is one of the only materials that epoxy doesn’t stick to. To extend the lifespan of your mold, we recommend spraying our separating agent spray into the mold before casting your epoxy.
Let the spray work for about 5 to 10 min. Then, whip off the excess spray with a dust-free cloth. The spray creates an invisible film that will protect your silicone and keep it glossy.
Pro Tips: Your epoxy will be matt if you are pouring it into a matt silicone form. If your silicone mold is glossy, your resin will be glossy. If your casting is matt and you would like a glossy finish, there are options. You can either apply a clear coat of resin or a glossy acrylic spray.
Resin Molding for Jewelry
Jewelry molds can be found in any shape. Bracelets, pendants, rings, you name it! Feel free to experiment with embeds and colors. Epoxy is so versatile, you can really add anything you want into it. Just make sure that your embeds are perfectly dry and you are good to go.
You can’t find the silicone form you want? Well, stop looking and make your own now! Reach out to our team to find out how to make your own mold.
River Table Frame
It is possible to find premade resin molding for river tables. But, buying a premade form limits the size of your table. If you want a custom table to fit exactly your need, you can build your own frame. To do so, you can use simple wooden planks. Since epoxy binds to wood, you will need to cover your wood with our separating tape.
It is very important that your frame is 100% sealed before pouring your resin. To ensure that everything is perfectly sealed, we recommend gluing the edges with silicone. For facilitating the unmolding, spray our separating spray over your entire mold. Detailed tutorials on how to build a frame and make a river table can be found here.
Pro Tips: We recommend not putting the tape overlapping. This will save you time-consuming sanding afterward.