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SHATTER EFFECTS and Exploding Special Effects require a combination of both technical experience and r & d experimentation. The right choices of materials and processes bring the right unique qualities together and make this magic work.

Shattering effects usually involve molding the objects to be shattered and creating lifelike, hollow replicas of them in resins, urethanes, waxes, sugar glass, plasters or aggregate combinations. These highly realistic replicas can then be shattered utilizing a variety of techniques: pyrotechnic charges, shock waves, air mortars, projectiles, hammers, rake pulls, dry ice, balloons, piece-by-piece wire pull composites, pre-scoring, computer graphic animations and simply dropping.

With the use hazardous processes like explosives, flammable gases, chemicals and air cannons, safety is always first priority and should never be compromised to achieve an effect.

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