Understanding the Rubber Molding Process
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
3w ago
At Clark Rubber and Plastic, our rubber products go through a specific process to make sure they are dependable and durable. We want our customers to understand how the rubber molding process works and where you can use them. Here are some methods of how rubber molding is created:  Molding Basics Molding is a versatile manufacturing technique that precisely creates complex rubber and plastic parts for various industries. The process often involves molding raw rubber or plastic materials into a desired form or shape. This mold, usually made of metal, defines the final product’s characteris ..read more
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6 Common Applications of Plastic Extrusion
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
3w ago
Plastic extrusion is used to create continuous lengths of plastic products with a consistent cross-section. At Clark Rubber and Plastic, we offer extrusions that can be used in various applications and industries. Some suitable applications include solar, automotive, and appliances. Here are six common applications of this type of extrusion: 1. Solar Industry Plastic extrusion plays a role in producing components like solar panel frames and encapsulation materials. Extruded plastics’ lightweight and durable nature can make them ideal for supporting solar modules. This promotes the solar device ..read more
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What Is the Difference Between Vulcanized and Molded Rubber?
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
3w ago
In the diverse world of rubber manufacturing, comprehending the nuances between different types of rubber can greatly benefit various industries. At Clark Rubber & Plastic, we often encounter questions about the differences between vulcanized and rubber molding. Let’s delve into these two processes to help you better understand their unique attributes and applications. Vulcanized Rubber Vulcanization is a chemical process used to enhance the properties of natural rubber. This process involves heating raw rubber in the presence of sulfur and other chemicals, which helps create cross-links b ..read more
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The Differences Between Extrusion and Rolling Plastics
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
2M ago
There are two types of processes that can be used to shape raw plastic materials into a product, such as extrusion and rolling. Plastic extrusion can involve various steps, but it helps to create complex shapes while rolling. It’s mainly used to create sheets with specific thickness requirements. Knowing the differences can help you determine what process is best for your plastic manufacturing needs. At Clark Rubber & Plastic, our extrusion services can help you produce shapes and profiles with varying thicknesses, colors, hardness, and textures. Plastic Extrusion Extrusion helps the melti ..read more
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The Differences Between Rubber Molding and Plastic Molding
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
4M ago
Manufacturing processes like rubber molding and plastic molding play a role in the production of various products we use in our daily lives. These processes might seem similar at first glance, but each has unique characteristics. Here are the differences between rubber and plastic molding.  Rubber Molding Rubber molding, or rubber compression molding, is primarily used for creating rubber parts and components. This method involves applying heat and pressure to form rubber materials into the desired shape. Several rubber molding processes exist, including compression, transfer, and injecti ..read more
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How Is Rubber Molding Used?
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
4M ago
Rubber molded products are used in many industries due to their durability and versatility. Clark Rubber and Plastic is a custom rubber molding manufacturer that uses certified rubber materials to create high-quality products. Here are some of the ways rubber-molded parts are used: Automotive Industry Rubber molding is used in the automotive industry to produce seals, gaskets, bushings, O-rings, and tires. Manufacturers use compression molding to produce these automotive components. During the production process, technicians place the pre-measured raw rubber material into a mold cavity. They t ..read more
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What Is Die Cutting and How Is It Used by Industrial Manufacturers?
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
8M ago
Die cutting is a fabrication technique manufacturers use to create intricate shapes from various materials. Clark Rubber & Plastic is a rubber and plastic manufacturer that provides quality die-cutting services. Our experience and advanced equipment deliver precise results, helping you get the products you need for your projects. Here is more information about die cutting and its applications: What Is Die Cutting? Die cutting is a fabrication process that uses machines, typically hydraulic presses, to cut material into predetermined shapes. The materials used in die cutting are usually she ..read more
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Natural vs Synthetic Rubber: How It’s Made and What It’s Used For
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
9M ago
When your company needs custom rubber molding done for its projects, one of the questions you need to answer is whether you need natural or synthetic rubber. Natural rubber and its synthetic alternatives have different properties that may make them more or less suitable for your needs. Here are a few differences between natural and synthetic materials and why those differences matter. Natural Rubber Working with natural rubber is an ancient technology that began in Mesoamerica. While modern innovations have improved the production and use of natural rubber, its versatility has made it a popula ..read more
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6 Solar Panel Parts and How They’re Made
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Admin
10M ago
A solar panel has several parts that work together to convert sunlight to electricity. Many solar panel manufacturers partner with companies that can efficiently produce the required quantity and quality of panel components. At Clark Rubber & Plastic, we provide rubber and plastic extrusion services to make components for various solar panel applications. Here are some of the main solar panel parts and how they are made: 1. Solar Cells Solar cells are also known as photovoltaic cells and are the heart of a solar panel. They absorb the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity. These cel ..read more
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Plastic and Rubber Services for the Automotive Industry
Clark Rubber & Plastic
by Jeff Lippus
1y ago
Rubber is a popular material in the automotive industry since it’s lightweight and provides shock absorption. At Clark Rubber and Plastic, we offer rubber molding for engines, brakes, seals, steering, and solenoid valves. We used certified rubber materials to manufacture high-quality products. What Is Rubber Molding? Rubber molding is a manufacturing process used to produce rubber parts and components. Our skilled technicians fill rubber inside a mold cavity, applying pressure and heat to form the desired shape and size. We incorporate cutting-edge technologies to handle a variety of materials ..read more
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