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make a mold for custom in ear monitor

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I want to make a mold for custom in ear monitor, So I wanted to consult with you about the best material for making a mold.
It is important to me that after I finished and gave the mold to rest a few hours.I get a solid form be comfortable working with her, Be smooth and not too sticky. then i can pour into silicone or acrylic material.
And that eventually I can get the most accurate custom in ear monitor mold, So I can move to the next stage. i thought maybe the material:
OOMOO® Silicone Rubber

http://www.smooth-on.com/Silicone-Rubber-an/c2_1113_1136/index.html
What do you think just important to me that I got a good quality mold.

Another question.
What material do you recommend that I can prepare the custom in ear monitor itself, It must be high quality, soft but not too much, and not cause skin irritation.

 

Thanks everyone for the help

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Audiologists make molds direct by injecting material into your ear and when the mold hardens it is sent to a specialist company. What I don't know is the name of the stuff. Try and find out from an audiologist dept. of your local hospital. Get friendly with a member of the staff . All you need to know is the name of it and where to buy it.  

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