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Customized Molding

Waexim offers custom rubber molding services to create quality rubber products for customers in a variety of market segments. Our mold making services include conventional and CNC machined molds as well as prototype aluminum or steel molds.

At Waexim, we mold various types of rubber including but not limited to Silicone, Buna N, HNBR, Neoprene, EPDM,FKM,PU,ECO,ACM/AEM etc. Cured rubber or elastomers benefit a broad range of industries from automotive, electronics, to aerospace, to medical, to plumping and more. Waexim utilizes the three most common methods in the rubber molding process: compression, transfer, and injection molding.

Prior to production, we evaluate the properties of rubber materials to determine the amount of possible shrinkage. Our mold makers give every job the attention to detail it deserves to make sure that every dimension is met to exact tolerances. Waexim is ready to receive your drawing direct or via email and prove the value of our custom rubber molding capabilities.

Waexim offers custom rubber compression, transfer, and injection molding services to produce high quality molded rubber parts and components. By utilizing these methods, our rubber products span several ranges in size, material, color, and construction. 
Waexim provides customers from diverse markets with the custom molded rubber parts or components they want at the tight tolerances they need.

Recognized as the simplest form of thermal set molding,
compressionmolding produces rubber molds that vary
in size and complexity. Uncured rubber is shaped to the correct size and specification and is then placed on one of the many mold cavities before closure.
Waexim custom rubber compression molding features lower tooling and set-up costs for manufacturers in search of short runs or prototypes. Other advantages include larger cavity density and reduced rubber product waste. 

Unlike compression molding, transfer molding does not place
uncured rubber directly in the mold. Instead, it is kept in a transfer pot, which is positioned above the cavity area. When ready, the mold is transferred into the cavity by a piston through a runner, sprue, and gate system.
By utilizing heat and pressure, the rubber becomes vulcanized or cured. Many rubber product manufacturers consider custom rubber transfer molding more accurate than compression molding.
Its accuracy reduces reject rates on small to medium runs of precision custom rubber parts or components. Additional advantages include shorter cure times and reduced mold making labor.

Waexim custom rubber injection molding produces a virtual flash-free finish, which eliminates the need for additional trim work and is utilized when high quality must match high volume.