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              Branch: JinLei Precision Machinery Co.,Ltd.

              Mob: 13925415705  Angela

              Mail: angela@jljmjx.com

              Add:No.3,Haiyu 1st Rd.,Fuan industrial Zone,Leliu town,Shunde District,Foshan City,Guangdong Province,China.

              The Process of Rubber Molding

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              The Process of Rubber Molding


              Rubber molding is a molding process that produces a useable rubber product. 

              Rubber products are made from uncured rubber or elastomers. An elastomer is 

              any material with sufficient resilience or memory for returning to its original shape

               in response to pressure or distortions. Rubber and elastomers can be derived

               from natural sources, although they are mostly synthetic, produced through highly

              controlled chemical processes. 

              Rubber is an excellent material for situations that require a material to
              expand and return to its original shape. Specific industries that benefit from
              custom molded rubber are automobile, appliance controls, lawn and garden,
              sporting goods, medical, electrical, government and recreational. These
              industries and others benefit from many different products that can be created
              with this process.
              Rubber molding creates molded rubber parts by pressing a block of rubber into a
              Rubber moldingmetal cavity. The rubber is then exposed to heat, activating a
              chemical reaction. While there are variations in specific methods, all rubber
              manufacturers use heat and pressure method to form molded rubber products. The
              three most common methods in the rubber molding process are injection molding,
              compression molding and transfer molding. They all involve pouring liquid
              rubber material into a mold where it is cured in an oven and cooled. Some
              examples of molded rubber parts include rubber grommets, tubes, shock mounts,
              stoppers, hoses, bumpers, washers, gasket and seals. Foam rubber goods are also
              significant due to their many applications.