Low-viscosity, water-bound synthetic gypsum for casting and laminating.
- High dimensional accuracy
- High bending tensile strength in conjunction with M1 Glass mat complex 600 g/m²
- Ease of processing
- Fast curing without the addition of accelerators
- The porcelain-like appearance of cured parts
- No drying or firing necessary
- High reproduction accuracy
- Surface design possible with all common paints and lacquers
- Physiologically safe
In conjunction with M1 Glass mat complex 600 g/m² as reinforcement and R&G mould resin as tooling coat.
Suitable for all mould sizes (conventional sizes range from postcard formats to 15 m²)
1 kg powder to 280 ml of water yields 0.6 l moulding compound
(for 1 m² M1 Glass mat complex 600 g/m² the consumption is 8.5 kg powder + 2.38 l water )
Processing time: 15-35 minutes
Solidification point: 50 minutes
Resistant: Up to 150 ° C (operating temperature depends on the used epoxy system)
Fully loadable: After 3–4 hours
Hardeness Shore D: > 90
1 kg powder: 190 ml of water
Mixing volume of 4 kg powder and 1 l water: 2.5 - 2.6 l
Processing time: Approx. 35 - 45 minutes (Attention: colder water extends this time, warm water accelerates)
End of solidification: Approx. 50 - 60 minutes
If metals are introduced into the plaster mould to reinforce the mould, reactions with the laminating and casting ceramics may occur. If possible, do not use aluminium for this.
The casting compound deaerates quite well and results in hard moulded parts which can be easily processed, e.g. by grinding, sawing and milling. Painting with commercial colours, almost everything is suitable here.
Laminating and cast ceramic shows a surface condition and hardness similar to marble.
Also suitable for casting of figurines and reliefs.
More information see R&G eWiki
Laminating ceramic is a plaster-based moulding compound, which exhibits no permanent resistance to water. If outdoor exposure is inevitable, it should be coated with an appropriate paint system such as PU paints beforehand.
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Ratings for Laminating and casting ceramic (synthetic plaster)