Introducing the new SoliMould
The difference between these moulds and others really is Black and White.
Milled from solid HDPE blocks means no seams or joints that can leak, they are hard-wearing and will not deteriorate from multiple uses with resin.
They also contain no screws or bolts so no fear of stripping threads and again no leaks.
Each cavity in the Solimould Quad is 20 x 20 x 150mm with a very slight taper on the sides.
The Quad includes a set of 4 large and 4 small bungs to allow for tube in casting. YES the bungs are included, we do not charge extra for the first set. These bungs will allow for a range of kits from slimline up to most 2 part cap tubes (max 14mm). With 4 cavities this means you can cast for 2 complete 2 part kits or 4 single barrel kits. If you wish it is also possible to cast pen blanks and tube in casts in the same mould. Because of the length of cavity in the SoliMould even razor handles and long tube pen kits are easily accommodated.
*Please note the colour of the bottom bungs may vary*
The Solimould Slab has a cavity of 150 x 110 x 25mm this allows for a great number of uses. Many use for slab casting pen blanks and depending on the size of blanks you prefer you can get quite a few out of this mould.
The Solimould Double has been designed to make 2 knife scales. The cavities are 150x50x25mm. This also means that you can get 2 pen blanks out of each casting if you prefer.
These come with bungs fitted to the bottom to allow de-moulding using an air blower, or alternatively a light tap with a punch through the hole.
We use a dead blow hammer on the back of our moulds to release blanks and this works very well.
The new SoliMould stack parts allow the SoliMould range to be stacked in a tower formation. This removes the need of pressure pot caddys and helps to save space in the pressure pot.
It is advised that a release agent is used with this product to ease in the de-moulding procedure, a silicone spray can be found on our website. We have always used silicone release spray and have had no issues with any of our own moulds, solimould or any choice of resin used.
Below is a video review on the Solimould....