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Sheet wax

Sheet wax, casting wax, uncoated sheet wax, modeler's wax, wax sheets, Freeman wax, Kindt Collins wax.

Fillet wax and fillet tools are available on the Fillet wax page.

Lead time: To maintain the best performance properties of this wax, it should be stored at temperatures between 65° to 75°F. Because of this, we only stock in our warehouse the fastest moving, regularly reordered sizes. If the size you want is not in stock at time of your order, the lead time may be a little longer than usual.

Freeman 266 Thermo-Stable sheet wax (1 of 3 formulas described below)

Developed primarily for use with tooling plastics to prevent wax deformation under exothermic heat conditions. Medium brown color. Uniform thickness accuracy of ±.001, maximum flexibility for forming quickly and accurately to any contoured surface. Natural draping characteristics at room temperature and absence of memory (spring back) eliminate the need to warm or temper wax. Below are a few popular thicknesses in the 12" x 24" sheet size. Other sheet sizes are shown on the bottom of this page.

PS266 adhesive coated sheet wax

pressure sensitive adhesive on one side of sheet. 12" x 24" sheet size. Many other thicknesses of this adhesive coated Thermo-Stable Sheet Wax are available on our Sheet wax, additional sizes pdf.

Item
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ness
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Sheets
Per box
1 box
Price
5 box
Price
10 box
Price
 
J26010.010"20601010Add to cart | Add to list
J26020.020"20602010Add to cart | Add to list
J26030.030"2060308Add to cart | Add to list
J26050.050"2060508Add to cart | Add to list
J26100.100"2061006Add to cart | Add to list
J26125.125"2061254Add to cart | Add to list
J26250.250"2062502Add to cart | Add to list
J26375.375"2063751Add to cart | Add to list

PL266 uncoated sheet wax

plain back with no adhesive on sheet. 12" x 24" sheet size. Melting point of 282˚F. 5 to 6 week lead time if not in stock at time of order.

Item
Number
Thick-
ness
Mfg.
Number
Sheets
Per box
1 box
Price
5 box
Price
10 box
Price
 
J25015.015"20501510Add to cart | Add to list
J25020.020"20502010Add to cart | Add to list
J25025.025"20502510Add to cart | Add to list
J25040.040"2050408Add to cart | Add to list
J25118.118"2051184Add to cart | Add to list
J25125.125"2051254Add to cart | Add to list
J25250.250"2052502Add to cart | Add to list
J25375.375"2053751Add to cart | Add to list

Sheet wax formulas

The sheet wax listed above is our fastest moving product for FRP customers. Other formulas are also available and described below. If you want a quote on any other sheet wax, please provide us with answers to the following four questions:

1. Which of the following three wax formulas do you want to use?

2. Which sheet size, that is available in that formula?

3. Do you want a plain back sheet or an adhesive backed sheet?

4. Which sheet thickness do you want?

Freeman 266 Thermo-Stable sheet wax (described above), melting point 282° F

the full size 12" x 24" sheet is available in imperial and metric thicknesses.
• 12" x 24" sheet size, in either plain back or adhesive back
• 8" x 12" sheet size, in plain back or adhesive back
• 6" x 6" sheet size, in adhesive back only

Freeman 165 Regular sheet wax, melting point 177° F

light yellow color wax formulated to provide durability and translucency. Uniform thickness accuracy of ±.001. Firm surface for durability and depression resistance. Translucency of sheets up to 1/8" thick, making it excellent for visualizing layout lines and transcribing engineering information. The 12" x 24" sheet is available in imperial and metric thicknesses.
• 12" x 24" sheet size, in either plain back or adhesive back
• 8" x 12" sheet size, in plain back or adhesive back

Master HT-260 High Temperature sheet wax, melting point 260° F

the classic Kindt-Collins high temperature sheet wax formula. Developed for use with casting and laminating resins that either require or give off heat during curing. A blend of materials that provides a flexible sheet which melts at temperatures in excess of 260°F. HT-260 Sheet Wax can be used as part thickness in the forming of dies. In addition, the high temperature stability of HT-260 permits laminating or casting a hollow core in a plastic. Ideal for increasing pattern size to provide stock for machining. Recommended whenever an extra margin of flexibility or temperature stability is needed.
• 12" x 24" in either plain back or adhesive back