Studio Sangeet – open source and open mind

Most people learn techniques and perfect them.

Some people then take those techniques and look at what can be improved.

Sangeet falls into this camp.

He is now pretty well known for creating high quality prosthetic transfers, moulds made which contain the appliances and are used directly in their application.

As far as I can ascertain, this system was developed by Conor O’Sullivan and Rob Trenton and involves making silicone mould inserts which contain the appliances during application, speeding up the process in the chair and allowing multiple appliances to be run from the same sculpt.

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Sangeet has taken this process and developed many techniques and methods to push it even further. The transfer technique involves a lot of moulding and remoulding, and is not for the faint of heart but the results can be fantastic.Check out his website  and his range of anatomivcally accurate injury appliance flat moulds.

I chatted with Sangeet in his home studio in North London, and we spent four hours talking about moulds, standing on the shoulders of giants, using old-school materials in new ways. We covered a number of topics, including:


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2 Responses to Studio Sangeet – open source and open mind

  1. Leigh says:

    Just listened to the podcast with Sangeet and found it both fascinating and inspiring. I had the very great privilige of attending the prosthetics event this year and seeing Sangeet’s demo and being able to chat with him about his approach to moldmaking was an education. As someone who is starting out in the prosthetics world the podcast is a fantastic resource, keep up the great work.

  2. Paul Schilling says:

    I totally identitfy with the issue of clearing stuff out only to be replaced with more stuff. Having a good clear out at the moment so yeah..its not easy chucking stuff away!!
    Cheers guys


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