Custom Rubber Parts
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Rubberis an alternative to metal and plastic, ideal for applications requiring material that can flex, stretch, and compress.
Available in both synthetic and organic forms, rubber has a wide range of properties such as high elasticity, excellent tensile strength, and impressive resistance to tear and abrasion.
- Pencil erasers
- Keyboard keys
- Non-slip feet for enclosures
- Noise reduction devices
Waterjets mainly cut sheet material into 2D parts using a high-pressure stream of water and abrasive. Waterjet cutting is suitable for most materials and yields clean edges.
Rubber Compression Molding creates parts by pressing a heated block of rubber into a mold. Ideal for making high volumes of simple rubber parts.
After manufacturing, parts may require additional processing. Secondary services include CNC bending, grinding, tapping, knurling and more.
Types of Rubber
Polychloroprene Excellent abrasion resistance and weatherability. Applications include gaskets, window seals, and sporting equipment.
Nitrile / NBR Exceptional resistance to oils and solvents, but low weatherability. Applications include seals, O-rings, and hoses.
Polysiloxane Flexible, highly resistant to sunlight and oxidation, and has noteworthy insulative properties. Applications include adhesives for protecting fuel tanks, vent ducts, and wiring.
Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer Exceptional weatherability and UV light resistance. Applications include hydraulic braking systems, grommets, belts, window spacers, and roof coatings.
Polysaccharide Excellent tensile strength, elasticity, and abrasion resistance. Applications include pencil erasers, airbags, and clothing.
FKM High resistance to heat, aging, weather, ozone, oxygen, sunlight, and chemicals. Applications include aerospace equipment, gaskets, and engines.
Caoutchouc High strength, tear resistance, and elasticity. Applications include gloves, flooring, and nozzles.
Styrene Butadiene High abrasion and wear resistance. Applications include grommets and car tires.
Thermoplastic Vulcanizates Excellent weatherability and chemical resistance. Applications include weather seals, glazing seals, couplings, and drum rollers.
Epichlorohydrin Exceptional resistance to fuels, oils, and ozone. Applications include tubes, seals, and fuel system components.
Isobutylene Isoprene Excellent resistance to electricity, acids and alkalis, and nearly air and gas tight. Applications include tubing, sealants, shock mounts, and tank liners.
Thermoplastic Elastomer Absorbs vibration and conforms to irregular surfaces. TPE is non-toxic, non-allergenic, highly elastic, and has superb tensile strength. It is often used as a substitute for latex and silicone tubing.
Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene Excellent weatherability and resistance to ozone, chemicals, oils and flex cracking. Applications include military equipment, snowshoes, and roofing materials.