Cast Silicone Tires

Casted new tires with Elite Double 22 from Zhermack

A-Silicone for laboratory model duplication. Ideal for duplicating models with slight undercuts and casting investments. Use of a plastic duplication flask is recommended. Available in light green for better definition of detail.

  • Mixing facilitated by the 1:1 base to catalyst ratio;
  • High fluidity: does not require mixing in a vacuum;
  • Absolute precision for faithful reproduction of detail;
  • Dimensional stability over time and non-deformability, allowing a number of duplications to be made;
  • Compatible with all plasters, polyurethane resins, phosphate investments and acrylic resins.

  • Extreme fluidity;
  • Versatile, thanks to the 22 Shore A hardness;
  • Light green colour.

Center the rims in the form, and apply the mixed liquid to the gap. Polimerisation shouldn't take long, about half an hour. In the result we get newly casted tyres with perfect friction (while new).


  1. please, i need some information on custom made rims and tyres, could you please help me?

  2. This is all I can tell, The way we do the tyres. Be more specific so I could answer you the right information.

  3. Ok, thanks for the kindness and sorry abou the delay... So, which material do you use to make the form and how do you do it? Is the accuracy of the process good?And what do you do to be certain that the tyre is fixed on the rim?

  4. The materials is PET of 3 layers bolted tight together. Those parts can be water jet cut. The process is quite accurate. Usually the rim is rough sanded surface, or machined slots on the lathe, that would hold the tire. Also an experiment would help if you add super glue before casting on the surface of the cylinder.