Custom Rubber Injection Molding

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  • Rapid tooling to delivery;
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What Is Rubber Injection Molding?

Rubber injection molding is a manufacturing process that involves injecting molten rubber into a mold cavity, which is then cooled and ejected to create a finished part. There are five advantages of choosing rubber injection molding.

Precision: Rubber injection molding allows for high accuracy, resulting in consistent and reliable parts. This process can produce intricate geometries and tight tolerances, making it ideal for complex parts.

Efficiency: Injection molding is a highly efficient process that can produce parts within a short time. This process can be automated, reducing labor costs and increasing production rates.

Material Variety: It can be used with a wide range of rubber materials, including silicone, fluoroelastomers, and EPDM. This allows for greater flexibility in choosing the right material for your application.

Quality: Rubber molded parts are of excellent physical properties, such as tensile strength, elongation, and tear resistance. This makes it an ideal choice for applications that require high-performance rubber parts.

Sustainability: It is a sustainable manufacturing process that produces less waste than other processes. This process can also be used with recycled rubber materials, reducing environmental impact.

Why Choose Rubber Injection Molding?

There are several reasons why you should choose rubber injection molding for your manufacturing needs.

  • It produces high-quality, precision parts that are consistent and reliable.
  • Rubber injection molding is a highly efficient process that can produce parts quickly and cost-effectively.
  • We can apply a wide range of rubber materials, allowing for greater flexibility in choosing the right material for your application.
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Why Choose Beska for Rubber Injection Molding?

  1. Cost-effectiveness: The engineers of Beska have the expertise to design the mold and optimize the process for the most cost-effective production of your parts. We also have the ability to produce 200 to 100000+ pieces rubber molded parts at a lower cost per unit than smaller production runs.
  2. Flexibility: We offer you a variety of rubber materials and part designs. That’s why we can customize the process to meet your specific needs and can adapt to changes in your requirements as needed.
  3. Support: The Beska team provides support throughout the entire injection molding process, from design to production to delivery. We work closely with you to ensure that your parts are produced to your exact specifications and delivered on time.

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Custom Injection Metal Molds

To create high-quality plastic molded parts, we apply CNC machining to build high-precision metal molds.

Quality Control for Precision Sheet Metal Parts

The Beska team is capable of supporting your rubber injection molded components from low-volume to mass production. The lead-time can be as short as one week.

 

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What Are the Applications of Rubber Injection Molding?

Rubber injection molding is a versatile manufacturing process that is used in a wide range of applications across many different industries. Here are some examples of the applications of rubber injection molding:

Automotive: It is widely used to produce a variety of automotive parts, such as seals, gaskets, hoses, and vibration dampeners. These parts are used in engines, transmissions, and other critical systems.

Medical: The applications of rubber injection molding include seals, gaskets, and tubing. These parts must meet strict safety and performance standards.

Consumer products: The applications of rubber injection molding include consumer products, such as rubber grips for tools, handles for kitchen appliances, and seals for containers.

Aerospace: Rubber injection molding is used to produce parts for the aerospace industry, such as seals, gaskets, and vibration dampeners. These parts must meet strict safety and performance standards in harsh environments.

Industrial: As for industrial applications, they include seals, gaskets, and vibration dampeners. These parts are used in a wide range of machinery and equipment.

Electronics: Rubber injection molding is used to produce parts for electronic devices, such as keypads, seals, and gaskets. These parts must meet strict performance standards and provide reliable protection against dust, moisture, and other environmental factors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Is the Tolerance for Rubber Molded Parts?

The general tolerance that we can achieve is around ±0.1mm.

Do You Have Any Quality Certifications?

Yes, we are a certified manufacturing supplier with ISO9001:2015 and SGS.

Do You Also Offer Prototyping Services?

Yes, we offer prototyping services, such as CNC machining, 3D printing, and vacuum casting.

What Tools Are Used for Checking the Quality of the Finished Sheet Metal Components?

At Beska, there is a list of tools to check Caliper vernier, CMM, height gauge, tap gauge, pin gauge, micrometer, projector, roughness tester, etc.

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