Melbourne Workshops

Want to learn how to make a mold? Check out information about our Casting and Mold Making Workshops, in Melbourne for sculptors, hobbyists and model makers. You will learn about: • Mold design • Single and two piece molds • Some of the many casting options • Pigmenting, painting, and ageing patinas • Cold cast bronze Private workshops are also available. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

For sculptors, model makers, hobbyists, industrial designers, art & craft students, for the food, ice and for specialty corporate awards.

If you don’t have the time to do your own mold making, ask our mold maker to quote you for our custom mold making and contract casting services. Contact us we will be happy to quote you!


Replication of corporate awards

Corporate awards, medallions, sculptures

No need to go overseas nor pay unrealistic prices for short runs. View some examples of our corporate molding and casting. Read more…

Moulding and Casting services for artists and sculptors

Finished your sculpture and need a mold and replicas cast, but there’s another sculpture just waiting to get out? Let us help. Bring us your clay, your paper mache, sculpey, chavants, carved timber, etc and we will do the rest. Read more…

Molds for Parts and Prototypes

Need more than a “one off” prototype, but still too few for most manufacturing processes. Need impossible to find dashboard knobs? Silicone molds are your answer. Read more…

Australian Made Fondant Molds for Sale

sample from fondant molds for sale
Nearly 500 designs to chose from.Lace & Onlays. Leaves & Petals. Babies & Bears. Designs, Religious. Flowers. Animals. Boys & Girls. View our fondant molds for sale.


Cold Casting Bronze

If a bronze and a cold cast bronze of the same piece were placed side by side, it would be impossible to tell the difference, until you picked them up and then, perhaps the weight would be different, the cold feel of the metal would be indistinguishable. Read more in our Guide to Cold Casting Bronze

Silicone Mold Making

The first principle of a good mold is to begin at ‘the end’ and work your way back to the beginning. ‘The end’ being the piece you want to cast and the material you want to use, plaster, polyurethane resin, epoxy, silicone etc. Read more in our Guide to Silicone Mold Making