• 3D Casting FAQs

    • Q:

      What is 3D casting?

      A:

      It is the process of creating replicas of hands/feet and body sculptures using the moulding method. By taking a mould directly from the body, unique lines and little details are captured like no other form of art..

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    • Q:

      What age is best to do a cast?

      A:

      When you choose to have the casting done is a personal choice. There is no age restriction.
      We can cast babies as young as 1 day old. You will be amazed at how much detail will be captured. It’s the perfect way to preserve those delicate and joyful memories for years to come.

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    • Q:

      How can I make an appointment?

      A:

      You can make an appointment by calling us on 0118 3282831  alternatively you can e-mail us and we will get back to you.

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    • Q:

      Where will my cast be taken ?

      A:

      With Casting2Impress you will be offered the option to visit us and take the moulds in our Ascot address or have the moulds taken at the comfort of your own home. We usually cover areas up to 40 miles radius from SL5 9DJ.
      Visits up to 15miles radius are free. For longer distances a fuel fee is applied.

      From time to time we also have our displays in various venues around the UK. ‘Like’ our Facebook page for regular updates, venues and special offers.

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    • Q:

      How long will my casting appointment last?

      A:

      The appointment will last approximately 30-60 mins allowing enough time to view samples, discuss your casting requirements and have the moulds taken. Don’t worry if you don’t have a clear idea of the style you would like, we would be happy to discuss some options and possibilities for you to consider.

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    • Q:

      Is it safe?

      A:

      We take the moulds using a high quality alginate that has specifically been designed for this process capturing in great detail the unique features of one’s skin! It’s a natural base material, hypo allergic and 100% safe for delicate skin.
      It has a soft mousse like texture and will take a few seconds to set, making the whole process very quick and harmless.

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    • Q:

      What is the casting process?

      A:

      Having taken the moulds, they are then taken away to our workshop where every cast is created with a lot of attention and care involving many hours of preparation, handcrafting and completing your impressions according to your requirements.
      Usually we need about 4 weeks to have them complete.
      If you need it for a specific date or sooner, please let us know when you arrange your appointment and we will do our best to accommodate your request

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