Wood

Foam Core GFRC Desk With Drop Leg

In this training video series, Trinic’s Mark Celebuski walks us through casting a 2-inch foam cored GFRC desk with a drop leg using

wood concrete molds. With GFRC (glass fiber reinforced concrete) you do not have to deal with the weight and limitations of traditional concrete. Bendable concrete is now within reach for everyone, with the right supplies. These supplies are all available for purchase on our website, and feel free to call us with questions.

After talking countless customers through the process, we realized we needed to provide a resource to help our clients do the job right. This video a lengthy step-by-step video of how to make a foam cored GFRC desk with a drop leg cast using Trinic’s GFRC Admix.

This desk was created using Trinic’s GFRC Admix for UltHigh-Performance Concrete, available for purchase right here at Silica Systems, Inc. Shop online or call for assistance.

Creating a Custom Concrete Sink Mold out of MDF - Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

This training video covers how to make custom concrete sink molds using MDF (medium density fiberboard).

Learn tips like pin nailing MDF plywood to save time when breaking apart the mold and product recommendations like Bondo Filler & Resin that help keep your job moving along with predictable results. Learn how to make cement molds and use them correctly.

Creating handcrafted sinks and countertops from GFRC (glass fiber reinforced concrete) provides a custom feature for your client’s home or business while reducing project material costs.

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