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Wyvern Mouldings have the technical and managerial skills to design and manufacture plastic components, moulding for many sectors. We have extensive experience within the automotive industry producing Tier 3 PPAP and IMDS submissions. Machines range from 25T to 500T.
Established rubber injection moulding company with the latest machines & support equipment. Added value services through secondary operations and part distribution across the UK and Europe. Advice on component design, manufacturing feasibility & tooling. Product assembly & testing if required.
Our core services include moulding rubber, rubber sheeting and cast polyurethane products. We can deliver rubber sheeting with or without fabric inserts. We can also develop moulded parts with specific properties. Non-black rubber goods also available.
Rubber moulding is a manufacturing process used to produce a wide range of rubber products, including gaskets, seals, hoses, and O-rings. The process involves pouring uncured rubber material into a mould cavity and then applying heat and pressure to cure the material and achieve the desired shape.
Rubber moulding can be achieved using different techniques, including compression moulding, injection moulding, transfer moulding, and blow moulding. The choice of the moulding technique depends on the type of product, the volume of production, and the required precision and accuracy.
Rubber moulding is used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, medical, and construction, due to its unique properties such as elasticity, durability, and resistance to temperature, chemicals, and wear. The quality of the rubber moulding process depends on several factors, including the quality of the raw materials, the design and accuracy of the mould, and the skill and experience of the operator.
Advanced technologies such as computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and 3D printing have improved the accuracy, efficiency, and speed of the rubber moulding process, allowing for the production of complex and precise rubber parts and products.