For one of my experiments I need to coat a 3D printed ABS part with a thin layer of silicon rubber:
Basically I want to make sure the molded silicon will adhere to one mold (the negative side in the picture above) but not the other. I'm using V-SURE SILICONE NL Standaard from VOSSCHEMIE BENELUX :
To ensure the positive side will be realised after rubberisation I use the realise agent V-SURE TRENNSPRAY 400 GR from the same company:
I was wondering if there is anything similar for adhesion. Something like a spray glue or something I can smear with a brush. Thanks for your help in advance.
I have absolutely no idea what are the products I'm using. I just bought them in a local shop for sculpting. I tried translating the website or googling the names with no good results. It would be also a great help if you could help me know what is the official/scientific names of the mentioned products.
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Maybe there are other moldable ruberry materials which have a better adherence to ABS? Any other type of flexible, wear resistance and strong rubber will do. For example I have seen lots of tinkers all over the internet using Caulk mixed with some moist absorbent powder (e.g. cornstarch) and oil, or soaked in water+soap.
Surprisingly the silicon sticks firmly to the glass beaker. I can't even remove it with a cutter!