Compression Moulding

Unlocking Strength

Compression moulding is a versatile moulding method that involves placing preheated moulding material into an open, heated mould cavity. The process employs thermosetting resins in a partially cured stage, either in the form of granules, putty-like masses, or preforms. With the application of pressure and heat, the material is forced into contact with all mould areas, resulting in a cured product. Known for its suitability for complex, high-strength fibreglass reinforcements and advanced composite thermoplastics, such as rubber and silicone, this process is cost-effective and efficient.


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Precision Scalability

Moulding large fairly intricate parts
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Cost Effective

One of the lowest-cost methods
material efficiency

Material Efficiency

Minimum material waste, ideal for expensive compounds
Biocompatibility injection moulding

Biocompatibility Certifications

USP Class VI & ISO 10993 compliant, supports ETO & Gamma Sterilisation

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