How to Make a Rubber Mould to Solid Concrete Pavers/Stepping Stones



This movie tutorial specifics the approach of creating a Poly 75-70 polyurethane rubber mould of a concrete stepping stone. In this example, we use the “poured block mould technique”, which is considered to be one of the most straightforward mould creating approaches.

Whilst the stepping stones in this state of affairs can be quickly changed through possibilities at retail shops, this mould creating process is excellent when you have a exclusive stone that is not replaceable OR when you would like to produce tailor made pavers from your unique design and style (manufactured from wooden, clay, a printed product, and so on.).

A entire list of elements and instruments used for this job can be found at the stop of the movie.

The Techniques:
1. Pick a Design [:32]
two. Use a Sealing Agent (Poly PVA Alternative) [:53]
3. Get ready Design and Assemble Mould Box [1:24]
four. Use Release Agent [3:33]
five. Estimate Amount of Rubber Required for Mould [four:thirteen]
six. Measure, Blend & Pour Mould Rubber [five:03]
7. Demold [six:29]
eight. Solid Concrete [7:24]

This tutorial can also be found on the Polytek Blog: http://blog.polytek.com/2014/07/31/how-to-make-a-rubber-mould-to-reproduce-concrete-stepping-stones/

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Post time: 08-06-2016