Foam rubber has been acted upon by a foaming agent and is also known as cellular or sponge rubber
Rubber Compression Molding
Molding method where rubber material is placed in an open heated mold cavity, followed by a top lunger applying force to rubber material forcing it into shape until material is stable.
The process of forming rubber parts and/or components via forcing malleable rubber material through a die of the required shape after which it is commonly cured or hardened.
Rubber feet, otherwise known as rubber bumpers, provide stress-cracking, shock, and traction resistance to a wide range of applications.
Rubber Flooring is easy to install and maintain, provides vibration reduction and sound insulation.
Rubber grommets are elastomeric rings used to line holes so that chafing can be prevented when pipes or cables are passed through.
Rubber hose is a hollow, flexible tube designed to convey gases, liquids, or appropriate solids from one point to another. Rubber hoses are generally flexible to varying degrees and can be made of synthetic or natural rubbers.
Rubber Injection Molding
Rubber part forming by forcing, usually liquefied, rubber material into a mold cavity where it is left to cool and harden in the shape of the mold.
Production of rubber parts or components utilizing a mold with a hollow cavity of the shape desired.
Rubber mounts are elastomeric isolators that are commonly used for preventing equipment from being harmed by shock or vibration inputs.
Rubber rollers are commonly free spinning cylinders or spheres used for conveyance applications.
Sheeting made from rubber, a material typically used for industrial applications that require chemical, oil, chlorinated/sea water, oxidation, or ultra-violet light resistance.
Rubber stoppers are conical or truncated cylindrical closures that are inserted into containers for sealing purposes.
Process in which a rubber material is permanently adhered to a metal material.
Rubber Transfer Molding
Rubber parts manufacturing method involving placing material in a pot between a top plate and plunger, then forcing material from the pot through gates into a mold cavity.
Molding made from silicone, an extremely flexible and easily prepared/removed material that is excellent for gum paste modeling applications.
Sheeting made from silicone, a strong yet flexible material typically used for a wide variety of laboratory and general medical applications.