How To Build an Outdoor Concrete Bar Using GFRC Architectural Panels – Episode 1




Learn how to make Art Deco concrete panels from model design to casting pigmented GFRC. The model is made with wood panels, cut and assembled on a flat surface. VytaFlex 60 urethane rubber is poured over the model. The cured rubber is demolded and laid onto a curved casting bed, where glass fiber reinforced concrete(GFRC) is applied. The cured concrete panels will then be used for permanent architectural formwork, which can be seen in Part 2:

Make It Now! with Smooth-On

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Please watch: “How To Make a Simple Silicone Mold – One Piece Pour On”

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2 Comments

  1. Burun Danga
    July 27, 2016
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    hello the very first layers that was applied with the GFRC gun… is only concrete??? don have fiberglass??? thank you for and answer… =D

  2. Alan Stoops
    December 20, 2016
    Reply

    Very impressive guys.

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