The Rotacasting Gallery
Rotational casting produces hollow casts, ideal for making cost-effective runs of simple or detailed shapes.
If you need open skins (such as for armour breast-plates or car dashboards), lay up your originals in pairs (like a clamshell) or similar multiples and then cut open the cast after curing to produce multiple casts from one mould.
For solid items, back-fill with another material to give weight and density. Back-filling can be done with a wide array of closed and open cell foams, dry materials such as sand, or bulking agents such as resins, acrylic or concretes.
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Pair of rotocast boxing gloves produced by Jon Buck at Bucktron Studio, Sweden
Accurate 3D topographic Mars globe rotacast by Polymer Invent. Find at www.marsglobemaker.com
Football cast in a two part mould on an Evolution rotacaster by Bucktron Studio
Vase, rotacast in one part by Jon Buck of Bucktron using an acrylic casting material
Compound curves and undercuts can be cast reliably and consistently on an Evolution rotacasting machine. The finishing is up to you!
Making complex shapes in one piece, consistently, is far simpler with our ControlCAST control and management software
Polyurethane cast coming out of a silicone rotocasting mould. Pic: CodSteaks
Large scale casts produced by Articole Studios for a marketing/advertising display on an EVR rotocaster
Rotacast using single or multipart moulds. This dog was created by Articole Studios.
Silicone moulds are quick & easy to produce, providing consistently good results with PU, acrylic, gypsum and a wide range of other casting materials. Courtesy of CodSteaks
Evolution machines make a great addition to your team, freeing up skilled personnel to do something more productive. Pic courtesy of CodSteaks
Take a look inside a rotacasting mould - what you see is what you'll get out, so take some time to get it right and an Evolution rotocasting machine will recoup your investment rapidly.
Rotocasting is fast and cost-effective, making testing colours and materials a far more affordable process. Pic: MouldLife.
Movie & theatre props production runs can be made easily and cost-effectively with an Evolution rotacasting machine.
Cast a hollow form, backfill with high density foam, and you have a quick, cheap & easy way to test new ideas - if you have a rotocasting machine!
Rotocasting makes short and long production runs easier. Let the machine get on with the graft whilst expensive personnel to something more worthwhile.
High definition comes as standard with our rotacasting machines. What you put in your mould is what you get out - even those stray fingerprints!
Polyurethane Alien weapon cast on an Evolution rotacaster machine courtesy of Articole Studios
Get the quality and definition your clients demand, & increase your profit margin: all with an Evolution Rotacaster. Courtesy of Articole Studios.
Get the mould right and you could get casts with little finishing required from your Evolution rotocaster. Pic courtesy of Aspect Modelmaking.
Cast soft silicone rubbers for prosthetics, cadavers and mannequins on an Evolution rotacasting machine.
Look at the detail of those tootsies! This was a miniature mannequin cast whole using soft platinum-cure silicone on an Evolution EVC rotacasting machine,
Buddha's arm, cast with a steel armature in polyurethane by Kadampa Art Studio on an Evolution EVC rotacasting machine.
Otterly beautiful resin rotacast sculpture, courtesy of Border Fine Arts
High quality & consistent casts are hallmarks of an Evolution rotacasting machine. Courtesy of Broder Fine Arts.
Even sharp outlines can be cast consistently with our unique rotocasting ControlCAST option. Pic by Kadampa Art Studio.
Rotacasting prototype parts to test fitment, aesthetics and customer response makes great commercial sense ad is far cheaper than running duplicates through a 3D printer.
Large polyurethane cast with crisp definition, produced on one of our fabulous rotacasters. Courtesy of Kadampa Art Studio.
Beware what detail you put into a mould, because an Evolution rotocaster will faithfully reproduce it. This shows the ink on the label of the bottle the mould was taken from.
Polyurethane sample bottle - it squeezes and feels just like the original. Cast on an Evolution rotacasting machine.
Even the fine print from the original bottle label casts in readable detail when using an Evolution rotacasting machine.
Stunning gold-horned goats created by Erticole Studios using an EVR Rotacaster (rotocaster).
Funky and fun or practical, it's amazing what egts cast on an Evolution rotacasting machine. Courtesy of MouldLife.
This head stands approx 500mm high and every facet of the skin textures has come out just as clearly as we'd expect from an Evolution rotocasting machine. Courtesy of Moteks, Poland.
Straight out of the mould; close up detail of a column produced by Parable Designs from vintage wallpaper print rollers. Cast on an Evolution EVR Rotacaster (rotocaster).
Remove a step & speed up production by casting armatures directly into your moulds with an hyper-controllable rotacaster machine.
Highly textured coloured resin, rotacast in a two part mould on an Evolution rotational casting machine
Frankie head rotacast (rotocast) by Moteks (Poland) using A1 casting material on an EVM rotocaster
Large scale garden statuary: produced on an EVRX rotacaster machine. Pic courtesy of Moteks, Poland
Here at Evolution Rotacasters we're always fascinated to see the items that are made by rotacasting.
If you would like to showcase your rotacast creations here, please get in touch.