Thursday, November 10, 2011

How Many Unique Molds Can You Make with ComposiMold?

I am asked this question a lot: How many molds can you make with ComposiMold? The official answer is that when it was certified to conform to ASTM D-4236, it was certified for up to 35 times. Unofficially, we have made over unique 50 molds with the same reusable mold making material.

To put this in perspective, if we were to use a non-reusable mold making material, you would have to purchase a lot of material whereas with ComposiMold, you would need to purchase it once.

For example, if you made one 20 cubic inch mold (about 16 oz of ComposiMold) with a non-reusable mold making material it would cost about $25, or about the same cost as the ComposiMold.
But on your second mold, it cost you another $25 for the non-reusable mold making material, and nothing more for the ComposiMold mold. So you have spent $50 for 2 non-reusable molds and still $25 for 2 ComposiMold molds.
Now you make 4 unique molds and you have spent $100 for the non-reusable molds and still $25 for the ComposiMold molds.
You get the idea.
At 35 molds, it would cost you $25 x 35 = $875 for the non-reusable molds, and, yes, still only $25 for the ComposiMold.

Yikes! That’s quite a savings.

In some instances, where you are making a large number of the same part and you have already figured out the mold making process, it may be worth the expense, however, in many instances, it is worth working with the ComposiMold.

Here it is in graph form:

That is why we say: Make more unique molds with 1 pound of ComposiMold than you can with 20 pounds of other mold making materials. Costs less and good for the environment.

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