Fun Creating Large-Scale Foam Props
We love creating custom foam prop for any type of industry.
We fabricate theaters and movie sets props, theme parks props and decor, parade floats,
|Prop for Las Vegas Gun Show|
|Penguin Props for a theater show|
|Sculpture Prop - Foam & fiberglass|
Most of our customers prefer the use of foam for the props, however, we also use other types of materials, such as acrylics, wood, light metals and more.
|LEGO Prop for restaurant chain|
We machine our props using our 3 and 4 axis routers, then we sand them, coat them and paint over them. We also carve them manually if needed to facilitate aesthetic and attractive appearance and to make it look "alive".
Since we create very large scale props, we can machine them in sections and glue the pieces together to create the full scale end version. Our props can be 100 feet wide and more.
Here is an example of the Berkeley Art Museum Exhibit that we have created in 2009 - We created over 50 modern wave-like seats by machining high density EPS foam, covering it with plywood and painting it.
As you can see, the result was an interactive exhibit where the students and guests can relax, read, and do their homework.
In 2010 we created this 1937 Renault Truck replica prop for a museum. We began by scanning a small truck in our 3D printer to create a 3D CAD file, machined it in sections with our CNC router, glued the parts together and sanded it. Then we sprayed it with our polyurea hard coat and painted it. Lastly, we glued all the small parts such as the wheel, headlights, etc.
Here is another example of very large scale props that we have created in 2013 for a celebrity wedding.
We fabricated a 60ft wide castle ruins made of 6 walls sections, a 12ft tall Celtic hand-carved cross,
Here are some additional pictures of props we created:
|TAZ Loony Toon Prop for a movie set|
|Snake Head Prop for a show|
|Dragon Head Prop|
|AVATAR Robot Prop for a movie set|