Procedures

A toilet is an everyday object whose fabrication requires several days of work. It involves assembling several molds called “tools.”


                                  


Each new product requires the design of a master plaster mold from which they will produce a plastic tool. This latter will be used to create plaster duplicates used as production molds.


                                   


The plaster production mold of a toilet is made from six different tools which have to be assembled. Their life-span is only two months.


                                   


The process begins with a mixture of water and plaster according to a precise recipe. Then the liquid is poured into this filling hole of the tool.


                                   


Once the plaster hardens, they can proceed with unmolding. They strike the end at the junction of the plaster mold and the tool with the rubber hammer, so as not to damage the plaster.