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Technique of moulding in Resin
The use of resins for mouldings is recent. The resin allows the realization of fragile works and/or of small size which can be reproduced in a material cheaper than bronze. This material is also very well adapted to an outside display.
The resins are generally presented in a liquid form that harden after addition of a catalyst. Their properties of resistance can be reinforced by the use of "loads" as metal powder or the use of glass fibre, which makes it possible, by a technique of laminates, to create large and hollow but very resistant mouldings. The addition of metal powders or marble powder, and possible colouring by pigments allow resin very faithful reproductions on which the finishers will be able to express their know-how and to give to your statue, the aspect of that which is displayed at the museum.