Re: Silicone rubber tooling for inj. molding

From: Douglas A. VanPutte (
Date: Fri Feb 25 2000 - 00:42:52 EET

Contact Dave Comeau at Albright Plastics (,


Douglas A. VanPutte Consultant & Manufacturers' Agent Cross-Bow Rapid Tool Associates, Inc. 18 Cross Bow Drive Rochester, NY 14624-4710 Tel: 716-889-3601 Fax: 716-889-7335 Cell: 716-329-1308 Email: Web:

---------- >From: Glyn Churchman <> >To: rpml <> >Subject: Silicone rubber tooling for inj. molding >Date: Thu, Feb 24, 2000, 7:02 PM >

> I thought I once saw a posting from a company that claimed to do injection > molded parts in silicone rubber tooling. > I have an application where I need to make thousands of many different small > parts with soft undercuts and I want to avoid witness or parting lines. The > material for these is a low temperature polyolefin type of material. > A previous manufacturer of these parts used a spin-casting machine and made them > much as one would cast low-temp alloy metal parts, in silicone molds (so I was > told). I think this would be too slow and costly for the quantities I now need. > > Any takers or do you know the company I am thinking of? > > Glyn@Prototech, Inc. > > > For more information about the rp-ml, see >

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