Synthetic materials such as polyurethane, polyester, and epoxy are made from the most diverse basic materials and make a wide range of processing techniques possible. Their technical properties such as malleability, hardness, or elasticity as well as resistance to temperature and weather conditions can be varied through the choice of the starting material, the production process, and the admixture of additives. If synthetic materials are cast, it is possible to use transparent to crystal clear material or to pigment them. The color is then abrasion-resistant. For large, hollow, seamless pieces of synthetic material, we offer the rotation technique. With it, various wall thicknesses can be realized also within one single form.

Depending on the requirements of the sculpture, synthetic material is also often laminated. As for example in the case of boat building, work is done into the negative form. In the process, after a first fine layer (topcoat), the synthetic resin is stabilized with glass fiber mats and strengthened in layers. The cured sections are then put together to create the whole form at the end.

In recent years, we have often worked with polymer-plaster composites such as Acrystal and Jesmonite. These are based for the most part on a mineral basis and are therefore less toxic to work with than other synthetic materials. Particular polymer plasters are also suitable for outdoor use.