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With 38 years of true job shop experience to rely on, rare is the problem that can?t be solved if urethane is the right material. Hundreds of problems, concepts, and ?can?t be done? jobs have been presented to us with a successful outcome.
Custom Molded Parts
Hundreds of problems, concepts, and ?can?t be done? jobs have been presented to us with a successful outcome. A napkin sketch, a CAD drawing, and a 45% worn out 25 year old part is the normal for us. Contact Us for details as we are expanding our capabilities every month.
Machining Capabilities
Within our 10,000 sq. ft. building is our machine shop. Design and construction of tooling is done in house. Tooling encompasses the actual metal mold for casting of parts.
Sheet Tube Rod BarLarge 3? by 6? open cast +/- 1/16 THK sheets, Elastomers does not do. Smaller, precision cast +/- .002 THK sheets of any duro are cast. Rod and bar stock are held to tight dimensions. EX
Urethane Characteristics
Urethane is an engineering material that offers an endless applications list. Soft as a marshmallow, harder than a bowling ball, urethane can be used in lieu of plastic, rubber, nylon, and many metals.
Before and After
With 38 years of true job shop experience to rely on, rare is the problem that can?t be solved if urethane is the right material. Hundreds of problems, concepts, and ?can?t be done? jobs have been presented to us with a successful outcome.
Cold Isostatic Press Molds
Elastomers Inc. has been designing and manufacturing cold isostatic molding bags since 1968. Many customers are now near net shape pressing with little or no grind stock remaining.
About Us
Robert J. Kunkel Sr. a mechanical engineer working in the rubber industry went after the American dream in 1968 opening Elastomers Inc. Today business is continued by Robert J. Kunkel Jr.
FAQ
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