The cast in bronze dating from 4000 BC, this can be done in several ways, such as earth casting, lost wax casting or metal molds. Once melted thebronze proceed to filling of the molds thus forming the piece to be performed. The use of this material is mainly to make bronze sculpture, but is also used in the automotive and machinery for bushings.

Mainly composed of tin and copper, bronze alloys are combined and heated. Once melted, the metal is poured into the cavity of the fire-hardened clay. The metal is cooled and the clay sculptor metal hits.

The ancient technique known as lost wax casting in bronze casting process has endured throughout the centuries since the ancestors cultures through their different cultures and religions. There are many representations aboutbronze casting made as, for example, Chinese bronzes often depicted images ceremonial castings from India and Egypt frequently represented deities.

Many elements of the lost wax casting used in bronze casting process have been refined, yet today bronze casting remains essential in many applications and uses.

The most modern sculptors who want their bronze pieces depend on abronze foundry. Artisans skillfully apply the technique of lost wax casting, wood, stone, clay, plaster and virtually any other form of sculpture to transform the vision of the artist in bronze.

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The metamorphosis of the bronze sculpture bronze original bracket starts with a rubber mold. The original sculpture must remain fixed during the mold making process. To accomplish this, half the sculpture is located in a soft clay based dough and the other half is exposed uniformly painted with a clear viscous rubber.

When the medium dry rubber painted with a protective and reinforced plaster mold is built around flexible rubber. The bronze sculpture is then given back, and repeat the process. When the second side is complete, the mold is opened and the original is removed from within. The rubber is attached to the other half, which makes an exact negative image of the sculpture in rubber. The mold is often done in several sections to facilitate the proper flow and even during the actual bronze casting.