Do you need to reduce tooling costs for molded rubber products? Then it’s time to review your part designs and find some areas for improvement. We can help.
Do you need help designing a rubber seal for injection, compression, or transfer molding? Then remember to account for these molding and material considerations.
The Rubber Group uses injection, compression, and transfer molding to produced rubber products in sizes large and small. We have the rubber molding capabilities you need.
The Rubber Group is announcing its acquisition of a new laser marking machine that can permanently mark parts for identification and traceability.
Do you need rapid prototyping for molded rubber products? Compare The Rubber Group’s flexible, cost-effective approach to RTV molding and 3D printing.
Does your medical molding application require biocompatible rubber? Then you need to understand the differences between ISO 10993 and USP Class VI and the nature of each standard.
Many medical molding applications use silicones, but not all of these elastomers are right for your application. Learn about silicone selection.
What are the advantages, disadvantages and differences between rubber injection molding, transfer molding, and compression molding? This article explains.
Rubber-to-plastic bonded assemblies consist of an elastomer that is molded and chemically bonded to a prepared plastic surface using a specialized adhesive.
Rubber-to-metal bonded assemblies consist of an elastomer that is molded and chemically bonded to a clean metal surface using a specialized adhesive. During the injection, transfer, or compression molding process, rubber vulcanization and adhesive curing occur at the same time. Applications include small vibration mounts and massive railcar suspension components that weigh over 200 lbs. Chemical bonds can be strong, …
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