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Inflatable molds

One of the activities of Buitink Technology is manufacturing inflatable, re-usable molds. These molds can then be equipped with a skin or finishing of polyester, ice, concrete or some other material.

At the end of the production process, the mold can be removed and possibly re-used. This production method is also called the "blowing structuring method". This method makes it possible in a relatively simple way create complex forms, for instance, blob-forms, in polyester, concrete or ice.

 
 
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Inflatable mold for concrete spray

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Inflatable mold for concrete spray

 
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Beginning concrete spraying on inflatable form

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Curing concrete on mold

 
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Wire netting over inflatable molds

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Wire netting over inflatable molds

 
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The result: a concrete blob form

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The result: a concrete blob form

 
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Concrete spraying in inflatable mold

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Concrete spraying in inflatable mold

 
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3D design "Blob-caravan"

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Result: shape of polyester

 
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Result: "Blob-caravan"

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Inflatable egg mold for concrete spray

 
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Result concrete egg

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Result concrete egg

 

Cooperation

The development of inflatable molds is conducted by Buitink Technology in cooperation with the Technical University of Eindhoven.

More information

Are you looking for inflatable molds in any kind of shape or size? Call Buitink Technology: +31 316 25 08 30, email: info@buitink-technology.com or leave your contact information:







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