Moulded Rubber Products

Moulding produces rubber parts by pressing a block of rubber into a metal cavity. The rubber inside of the cavity is then exposed to heat, activating a chemical reaction. The three most common methods of molding are rubber injection moulding, compression moulding, and transfer molding.

Rubber molding is a process of transforming uncured rubber or an into a usable product by transferring, compressing, or injecting raw rubber material into a metal mold cavity. The most common methods for rubber moulding are injection, compression, and transfer.