is made from a syntactic polymer compound with a cellular structure
to wood and may be handled much
the same as wood and stains same as
There are 1000's of profiles that match their wood and
or they can be custom made.
be used for Concave and Convex Curves and Arches.
complex crowns mouldings with dentils can be made from for these applications.
a) Premium Grade is
flexible and lite weight
is a superior grade and is highly flexible;
in fact one can tie panel molds in a knot. It is 40% heavier than the Premium
is a solid product with no air holes and can be machined
with a router or molder
d) Wood Grain can
be ordered for certain profiles to stain match existing wood
ResinMold® chemical mixture is fire
rated at Class A ASTM-E84-03.
It is water, rot
and insect resistant, thus it is very suitable for wet areas.
It is great for
Interior and Exterior applications.
profiles it is custom made per order, although certain profiles may be stocked.
All profiles are
available in Straight lengths.
Perfect for swimming
pool applications or wet basements. For some huge radius curves
the concave or convex
curve is so slight that straight lengths will be supplied as the
product is flexible.
Walls: Concave and Convex
are Crowns, Baseboards, Casings, Wainscoting, and Quarter Rounds
For tight radius
applications, consult with one of our consultants regarding the
suitability of the
profile and it's ability to be created to go around tight corners.
You may be asked to
supply a cardboard template to produce the mold.
You must supply us
with a drawing of the application.
For large radius
applications, a template should not be necessary especially for
are Crowns, Casings, Wainscoting available in ResinMoldTM.
must supply us with a drawing of the arch
that you want to have made.
We require the mid point
Rise and Horizontal run measurement.
We also need
the various rise measurements at 12" increments to draw the arch
This will provide
the correct rise of the true arch or eyebrow.
In certain cases you
will be required to supply us with a cardboard
template of the arch. Tell us
if us want both sides of a door or window frame created.
Circles are actually two
An example of a
circle application would be a ceiling ring to enlarge a ceiling medallion
or resin to go around a circular window
You must supply us
with a drawing of the circle that you want to have
We require the radius of
the true circle or circumference.
Tell us if us want
both sides of a door or window frame created.
Matching Your existing Profile
We require a 12
Foot piece of the profile you want to match in order to create a mold
molding. All custom orders are priced by our custom department.
with Martin Richards Design we can create on CAD a unique custom profile
of frieze or any
molding. We would need to create a custom
wood carved plug, then
molds, then the final ResinMoldTM
All custom orders
are priced by our custom department.
In order to serve you
better you will be required to supply us with a drawing.
For tight radius
applications we need a paper or cardboard template.
For most profiles the
minimum order is 6 Feet with maximum lengths close to 12 Feet.
Every profile has a
different length option.
do I know how much I need
will calculate the amount of ResinMold®
required with a modest extra amount
once we receive a
drawing from you. A written quote will
be produced and faxed or
emailed to you with a payment form.
We do not take
Remember to tell us
if you require the profile for each side of the
arch or stairway.
is it installed
For a tight radius,
warm up the product to allow maximum flexibility.
radius is 3 times the width of the material.
For example a
casing that is 3" wide, the minimum radius is 9"
composition cuts and machines the same as wood.
Any saw, router, shaper, or molding
machine may be used as needed.
It can be nailed
or pined with a nail gun without pre-drilling - the same as the wood counterpart.
On arches we recommend starting at the center and moving outwards to the ends.
is necessary to use a quality construction adhesive before nailing.
a continuous line of adhesive when applying.
Any glue or
adhesive that will bond to wood will bond to ResinMold®.
The back side of
each part is sanded to create a better bonding surface.
moldings are not always receptive to adhesive and can cause
It comes primed and is
paintable & stainable
flexible molding cannot be stained the same as wood. ResinMold®
with an all purpose, porous primer.
For best results, add a
clear glazing compound to the wood stain.
Normal ratio of
mixing the glazing compound with the stain is one part glazing
liquid to two parts of
Stains for synthetic
products are specially made to work over these surfaces.
In doubt, always
test a small section of the moulding before staining
the entire piece.