The Types of Rubber Moulding Methods

Rubber Injection Moulding

Rubber Injection Moulding is a type of rubber moulding process wherein rubber material is heated to a molten state and then injected into a pre-designed mold cavity under high pressure.

Compression Moulding

Compression moulding, one of the earliest moulding processes, shapes rubber by applying heat and pressure using a mold tool and clamping press. The curing process occurs before removing the final product and allowing it to cool.

Transfer Moulding

In transfer moulding, the raw materials are first prepared as pre-forms and then inserted into a pot located within the mould tool. Subsequently, the mould is pushed through a runner and gate system and is vulcanized with the application of heat and pressure.

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