Our injection molding expertise includes both plastic injection and liquid silicone rubber injection molding. Operating costs of injection molding rubber may be significantly lower than other rubber molding methods, based mainly on the automation and continuously running operation. Like compression and transfer molding, liquid injection molding rubber offers a wide variety of rubber part finishes and colors.
We’ve helped companies around the globe meet their unique rubber and plastic demands since 1961.
Our proprietary process, customized for you
From custom rubber mixing and compounding to precision molds made for your specifications, we customize our proprietary processes to meet your rubber and plastic needs.
Efficiency from compound to delivery
Our in-house capabilities allow us to maximize production efficiency and deliver your rubber parts fast.
“Since becoming the Senior Buyer in 2005, I have worked closely with Da/Pro Rubber’s Sales and Customer Service Staff. I find the sales proffessionals in the field to be knowledgeable, responsive and extremely helpful. What is particularly impressive is that when I request quotes, information, or technical assistance, Daryl Wall makes me feel that my request is a priority and I am always confident he will deliver in a timely manner.”
With decades of experience, our staff chemists can develop custom organic or silicone compounds to satisfy your specific requirements. Each batch is tested and approved before being sent to production. Standard tests for each batch include rheological and physical profiles. These are checked against limits set for approval or rejection of each compound. Customer required tests or tests critical to the function of the molded product, are continually monitored in our laboratory. To assure consistent properties of mixed materials, our staff chemists analyze statistically organized data collected by our software programs.
With Hepa filtration, room pressure monitoring, airflow monitoring and constant temperature and humidity controls, our 5,000 square foot, low particulate Class 10,000 clean room for custom rubber molding meets industry demand for quality molded elastomers.
All clean room processes involved in manufacturing your custom components are performed in our clean room, including: custom compounding for material, molding, washing, quality inspection, customer specified processing, sub-assembly and special packaging.
Whether it’s tool prototype design, functionality testing or providing fused deposition models, machined prototypes or single cavity prototype molds, we ensure your prototype components don’t just resemble the look and feel of custom rubber or plastic parts. Our prototype tools are capable of being worked into production tools after the finalization of the design.