The 8891 Flexible Rubber material used in vacuum casting is a versatile material known for its flexibility and elasticity. It is designed to mimic the properties of rubber or elastomeric materials, making it suitable for applications that require a soft, flexible, and resilient material.
One of the key advantages of the 8891 Flexible Rubber material is its ability to be used in prototyping and functional testing. It allows for the creation of prototypes that closely resemble the final product in terms of flexibility and mechanical performance. This enables manufacturers to assess the functionality, fit, and performance of the product before mass production.
The flexible rubber material is commonly used for prototyping applications where the final product requires flexibility and elasticity. It allows for the creation of prototypes that closely mimic the properties of rubber or elastomeric materials.
The flexibility and rubber-like properties of this material make it suitable for functional testing of parts that need to withstand bending, stretching, or compression. It enables the evaluation of mechanical performance and fitment of the product before mass production.
The flexible rubber material is used to create gaskets, seals, and other sealing components that require flexibility and resistance to environmental factors such as moisture, chemicals, and temperature changes. It provides a reliable and durable sealing solution for various applications.
The material is commonly employed in the production of soft-touch grips and handles for tools, appliances, and consumer products. Its flexible and tactile properties enhance ergonomics and user comfort.
The flexible rubber material is used in the manufacturing of wearable devices, such as wristbands, fitness trackers, and smartwatches, due to its comfort and flexibility. It is also suitable for producing medical device components that require a soft and flexible touch, such as medical tubing, connectors, and prosthetics.
The material finds applications in the automotive industry for creating flexible components such as seals, gaskets, vibration dampeners, and interior trim parts. Its ability to withstand mechanical stress and environmental conditions makes it suitable for automotive applications.
The flexible rubber material is utilized in the production of various consumer products, including flexible cases for electronic devices, protective covers, grips for hand tools, and ergonomic handles for kitchenware and appliances.
|Shore hardness||20 A to 90 A|
|Resin temperature||40 °C|
|Mould temperature||70 °C|
|Curing temperature||70 °C|
|Curing time in mould||30 min to 60 min at 70 °C|
|Pot life||200 s to 360 s|