QuickPlastic™ Cast Urethane

QuickPlastic (Cast Urethane, RTV Molding and Polyurethanes) refers to a low volume production method that produces parts from cast urethane plastic material for prototyping purposes.

From product development models and prototypes for short run products and clinical builds, to fit and function test prototypes and even low-volume production runs, this rapid prototyping process allows us to produce parts that accurately mimic the color, texture, feel and physical properties of injection molded parts. One of the greatest benefits of the QuickPlastic process is the ability to over-mold existing parts or hardware with a second material.

QuickPlastic works great for pre-production runs, marketing samples, test prototypes and low-volume manufacturing

Cast Urethane parts and/or finished products can be complete and delivered in days after completing SRM tooling (silicone rubber molds), and short runs of several hundred pieces can be delivered within weeks in most instances. SRM tooling can take as little as 3-5 days.

Anatomy of the Silicone Rubber RTV Mold Making Process

Silicone is cast around an SLA master pattern creating a repeatable mold. After curing, the mold is used to create cast urethane prototypes of your design. (Read More)

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