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      With the proprietary Da/Pro process, our engineers design precision tooling capable of manufacturing tight tolerance, high-quality rubber and plastic parts. These parts are perfect for applications ranging from medical device design to projects in the aerospace sector. What’s more, we work only with the best A2 steel to ensure durability and longevity when it comes to your custom rubber parts. Whether it’s helping clients understand differences in methods or putting parts to the test, here’s what to expect when you partner with Da/Pro Rubber.


      You’ll Understand True Cost

      With prototype tools, we design models capable of being worked into production tools after finalization of the design. While these tools can be more expensive when compared with aluminum prototype tools, they may serve as additional cavities for production runs and reduce the costs of the final production tool. This is just one example of how we can help you understand costs in identifying the best solution for your custom molded rubber needs.

      We’ll Put Your Custom Rubber Parts to the Test

      Reliability when it comes to your custom rubber part is essential to your project’s success. At Da/Pro Rubber, we produce parts capable of passing functionality tests for the final component. This is especially important with medical device design. That’s because prototype components that simply resemble the look and feel of a quality custom rubber part won’t work. Medical device components go through vigorous testing, and we make sure your custom rubber parts pass those tests no matter your application.

      You’ll See Our Wide Range of Capabilities

      Our expertise in mold construction allows us to design and build injection molding tooling to produce high quality, tight tolerance parts. But that’s just one end of the spectrum. We’ve also designed parts as large as 20 inches in diameter. It’s all part of our proprietary process where we run different rubber part configurations in the same compression molding production cycle to reduce tooling and associated costs.


      Get in touch, and discover how our processes can save you time and money when it comes to your custom molded rubber part requirements.