Rubber Transfer Molding
Transfer molding, also known as overmolding, is a process that involves bonding raw rubber to an existing part that is typically made of metal or plastic. Transfer molding is also used to fully encapsulate an existing part in rubber, such as enclosing electrical components in a protective coating. In this process, the material is heated and injected through sprues into a mold to bond the two pieces together.
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