High-Precision Rubber Manufacturing from Proven Industry Experts

Bonding rubber to metal is a complex, involved process that requires high-precision equipment and expert staff. If you are looking for a reliable manufacturer of rubber to metal bonded components, Qualiform Rubber Molding offers the tools and expertise necessary for creating products of unparalleled quality. In fact, our staff combines countless years of industry experience with state-of-the-art rubber molding technologies. As a result, we can more accurately meet our customers’ quality and performance standards.

Qualiform has been a leading provider of rubber molding solutions for more than 40 years, having supplied a myriad of unique industries with the components they need. So, we have proven time and time again our ability to meet exact specifications and quality standards while offering quicker lead times and better pricing than our competitors. We can even provide our clients with expert design and material recommendations tailored to their specific applications, so you always receive the ideal product.

If you are looking for a manufacturer of rubber to metal bonded components, get in touch with Qualiform today. Our technical staff is ready to answer any questions you have about our rubber manufacturing processes. Learn more about our rubber to metal bonding process below:

Rubber to Metal Bonded Components Manufacturing Process

Rubber injection molding and transfer molding are two methods we use for encapsulating and bonding rubber materials to metal. These processes form the most effective mechanical bonds to metal parts and inserts. Thus, they are ideal for the adherence of rubber to both metal and plastic.

Here at Qualiform, creating rubber to metal bonded components requires a two-step preparation process before we can mold the rubber. First, we need to degrease the metal and remove any contaminants, so we can apply a heat-activated adhesive to the metal. Once we apply the adhesive, we can begin the overmolding process.

Upon finishing the preparation, we place the parts into a mold cavity. If we are molding a specific part of the metal, we secure it with magnets. For complete encapsulation, the metal will be secured with chaplet pins. Now, we can start the rubber molding process.

Rubber molding involves increasing the temperature in the cavity gradually, so we can begin curing the rubber and activating the adhesive we applied to the metal earlier. As a result, the rubber will create a reliable mechanical bond with the metal. Then, we allow the rubber to cool, remove the finished part from the mold cavity, and start the process from the beginning.

Learn more about Qualiform rubber molding processes here: Rubber Injection Molding Process or Transfer Molding Process.

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Rubber to Metal Bonded Components from an ISO-Certified Rubber Molding Company

If you have been searching for a provider of rubber to metal bonded components, you have likely run into numerous companies claiming to offer the best products and services. Qualiform Rubber Molding, however, is one of few rubber manufacturers with certification ISO 9001:2015. Thus, we are able to develop rubber parts for a wider range of industries than our competitors. Most notably, we have manufactured components for distinguished companies in the automotive, healthcare, marine, electronics, and aerospace industries.

Our mission is to provide our customers with the most effective solutions for their projects while offering the most value. Therefore, we will work with you from the beginning design phases to final production, ensuring we have a complete understanding of your needs and application requirements. As a result, we can reliably meet and exceed quality and performance requirements.

Here at Qualiform, we believe quality, precision, and uniformity are crucial for developing reliable rubber components. Our manufacturing facility operates on a 3-shift/24-hour schedule, so we can offer the quickest lead times with flexible scheduling and competitive pricing. Most importantly, our team works around the clock to ensure you receive the highest quality rubber components for your unique application.

Our Rubber Manufacturing Capabilities

Qualiform Rubber Molding offers much more than just rubber to metal bonded components. With an advanced rubber manufacturing facility and expert staff, we can offer a comprehensive selection of rubber molding services and create any component you may need. In fact, our rubber molding specialists offer experience in all aspects of rubber manufacturing including design methods, production techniques, and rubber material selection. As a result, we can readily develop high-quality parts for virtually any application.

Qualiform Rubber Molding Capabilities:

  • Custom Rubber Molding
  • Injection Molding
  • Compression Molding
  • Transfer Molding
  • Rubber Extrusion
  • Rubber to Metal Molding
  • Custom Rubber Grommets
  • Rubber Gaskets
  • Rubber Seals and Tubing
  • Custom Rubber Products

Rubber Material Selection

Picking the best rubber materials for your custom rubber parts is a difficult process. Many materials have overlapping characteristics and advantages, so how do you decide which is best for your application?

With Qualiform, material selection and acquisition is easier than ever. If you are uncertain of which rubber materials are best for your project, our staff can provide expert recommendations based on your specific application. So, you can rest assured knowing your rubber parts will provide ideal functionality in your industry.

Most notably, our clients gain access to a full range of high-quality natural and synthetic rubber materials:

  • Butyl
  • Colored Compounds
  • EPDM
  • Natural Rubber
  • Neoprene
  • Nitrile
  • SBR
  • Viton™
  • Fiber Molding

Click here to learn more about our rubber material options.

If you are looking for a provider of rubber o metal bonded components or other rubber molding services, get in touch with Qualiform Rubber Molding today! We welcome any inquiries regarding our rubber molding processes, so do not hesitate to call and start planning your next project!

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