• Rubber to Metal Bonding - How To

    Rubber to Metal Bonding
    Designing a custom rubber part that requires bonding to a metal component can be very challenging. It's important that the following items are well understood and designed:

    1. Determining the Rubber Material
    2. Determining the Substrate
    3. Determining the Bond Type
         A. Encapsulation
         B. Chemical Bonding with Adhesive
         C. Gluing after Vulcanization
    4. Adhesion Testing

    For detailed information on the rubber to metal bonding and the considerations involved in design, check out the updated webpage at: Custom Rubber Corp: Rubber to Metal Bonding
    Posted Monday, November 21, 2016 by: Charlie Braun
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