Here is some inspiration for Versimold! You great for antiques with discontinued rubber parts, cosplay projects, and using around the home.
Send in pictures of how you use Versimold to email@example.com, and we'll send you a coupon and show off your work!
Anything with obsolete rubber parts - classic car parts, CPAP parts, antique radio repair, custom drive or fan belts
Rubber Automotive Parts or Tools -gaskets is the big one, but you can make pedal covers, plugs, seals, motorcycle repair parts
Costume Design - any rubber part of a costume or cosplay
Home Repair - covers for sharp or vulnerable tools, sealing, prevent damage of threaded parts, machine tool bit protection, custom grips
Repairing Household or Specialized Items - creating supports for worn wires, bumpers and braces for things that rattle, vacuum cleaners, cpaps, laundry, electrical parts
Around the house - doorstops, appliance or furniture feet, custom key covers, custom coasters / hot plate protection
Crafts / Hobby - rubber stamps, misc rubber pieces, sculpture, model parts, figurines, jewelry pieces, mold making
Robotics - electric insulators, pieces to support 3d printed plastic, drive belts, stops or mounts, cable routing
Other - glass separators, kayak parts, bicycle parts, drone repair, fishing applications, hunting grips
Things to remember:
Versimold is STRONG - a 1" thick rope of Versimold can pick up a 45 lb. weight indefinitely (highest weight we've tried lately).
Versimold is TOUGH: It has a 50 durometer scale rating, which means it's tough but flexible. There's not a lot of everyday items with this rating, but its right in between a car tire and a rubber band. Maybe that's not helpful, but it's tough alright.
Versimold is HEAT RESISTANT: After curing, Versimold can be safely heated to over 900°F.
Versimold is NONCONDUCTIVE: You can use Versimold for electrical applications.