Sculpting, Modeling & Hard Coats
Polygem and Aves are two companies that offer sculpting epoxies and foam hardcoats, which are used in the creation of props, sculptures, and other objects in the entertainment and creative industries. Polygem's 307 FR Lite Sculpting Epoxy is a two-part, flame-retardant, epoxy-based material that can be mixed together to create a strong, durable material that can be sculpted, molded, and shaped. The FR Lite version of Polygem's sculpting epoxy is ideal for use in areas that require fire resistance, such as in theatrical and film productions. Aves Apoxie Sculpt is another popular sculpting epoxy that is widely used in the entertainment industry. It is a two-part, self-hardening clay that can be molded and sculpted, and it dries to a hard, durable surface that can be sanded and painted. Foam hardcoats, such as Polygem's Armorcoat are solvent free epoxy-based coatings that are used to protect and strengthen foam surfaces. These hardcoats provide a smooth, hard surface that can be sanded and painted, and are ideal for use on foam props, set pieces, and costumes. Both sculpting epoxies and foam hardcoats are versatile materials that are widely used in the entertainment industry to create props, sculptures, and special effects.