Silicone MouldingReliable, Cost Effective, Versatile
- Mill Softening and Catalyzation
- Preparation of a Preform
The heated, uncured silicone is injected into the mould using a large ram. This silicone is forced into the mould cavity the injection nozzle. As the silicone cools, it separates from the walls of the mould, while retaining the details and shape of the design. The press opens and the silicone part is released. It is then placed in an oven to cure.
- Cost Effective
- Chemical Resistant
- Thermal Stability
With a focus on new product development and an understanding of challenges in the aviation industry, SEKISUI SPI and Thormac collaborated on the first trials of SEKISUI SPI’s new family of injection moulding materials to the KYDEX® Thermoplastics Aviation Portfolio....read more
Thormac will be attending the Aircraft and Interiors Expo in Hamburg Germany on the 2nd to the 4th of April.
The destination for the global aircraft interiors industry. Aircraft Interiors Expo is the world’s leading event for airlines and the supply chain to source the latest innovations, technologies and products for the cabin interiors, inflight entertainment and...read more
Thormac are on stand D160 at the Southern Manufacturing event in Farnborough UK on the 5th to the 7th of February
Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the UK and a major pan-European showcase for new technology in machinery, production equipment, electronic production and assembly, tooling and components as well as...read more