SiOmold

revolutionize your mold-making process with our silicone mold system.
Faster turnaround times, more consistent results, and reduced production costs

Choose the right silicone and in less than 2 hours you will have your mold ready for production.

Our innovative mold-making process begins with 3D-printed masters that are carefully placed into silicone rubber.

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A process in which the silicone makes the difference copying all the details from your masters.

Life extends between 300 to 500 cycles

SiOmold system

At SiOCAST, we're proud to offer a patented technology that combines our own high-quality silicone, a proprietary metallic frame for vulcanizing silicone molds, specialized tools to improve the mold-making process, and a wealth of mold-making knowledge and mold design strategies.

With this comprehensive approach, we're able to provide our customers with everything they need to create top-quality silicone molds that meet their specific needs and requirements. Whether you're looking to produce precise and accurate parts, reduce production costs, or streamline your mold-making process, with SiOmold you have the tools and expertise to help you achieve your goals.

So if you're in need of top-quality molds and expert guidance, look no further than SiOCAST. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you take your mold-making process to the next level.

a mold system flexible for multiple configuration

SiOmold silicone ensures a very long mold life to guarantee low production costs. A very high level of detail in copying the originals is achieved as well as comfortable work in the manufacture and safe and uniform vulcanization.

Traditionally, creating molds involved developing them from physical master models or patterns that were often made by hand sculpting, spin casting, or CNC machining. But with the advent of high-quality, affordable SLA 3D printing, SiOCAST has been able to reliably introduce 3D printed masters into their workflow, resulting in molds with higher levels of detail and accuracy.

unlimited applications with the SiOmold system

overmolding

Plastic injection over molding combines multiple materials or colors in a single part for improved strength and durability, and resistance to wear and tear. It also reduces production costs and improves efficiency. With precise control over the shape, size, and other characteristics of the finished part, injection overmolding is ideal for producing high-quality, consistent parts. Overmolding allows precise control for producing high-quality, consistent parts with faster turnaround times.

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hybrid molds

Using silicon mold combined with SLA technology allows for the creation of hybrid molds that offer several advantages over traditional mold-making methods. For one, the combination of these two technologies allows for the production of highly detailed and accurate parts, as the SLA process is capable of producing precise and intricate shapes. Additionally, the silicone mold adds durability and flexibility, allowing the hybrid mold to be used for a wider range of applications. Another advantage of using silicon mold and SLA technology is the ability to create complex geometries and intricate details, making it ideal for producing parts with challenging or intricate designs. Overall, the use of silicon mold and SLA technology allows for the creation of high-quality, durable, and precise molds that can be used in a variety of applications.

This innovative approach to silicone mold-making allows for faster turnaround times, more consistent results, and reduced production costs.
So why wait? Try SiOCAST's silicone molding process with 3D-printed rapid tooling today and see the difference it can make in your production process!

order now for only 350 € *(shipping included). This price will be rebated in case of equipment purchase.

Register for the following Webinar where we explain the whole process with lots of details, real casting, and mold making