Cut gaskets or, in other words, flat sealing rubbers represent another part of our production possibilities.
In addition to extrusion, additive manufacturing (3D printing), and molding, the products cut on a digital plotter or water jet represent a group of piece products. The process of gasket manufacture is much simpler (compared to extrusion or molding), especially because of no need to make the mold before sampling itself. Another main advantage is the speed and accuracy of the design of the shape-demanding gasket, washer, filling, etc.
The properties of individual products are given by the input materials and the area size of the digital plotter. In our case, the dimensions are: 1,600 x 2,500 mm
The most common products are various shaped gaskets, washers, flanges, intermediate rings.
In this respect, in terms of shape, this technology offers a very wide use.
The shape of the gasket is made based on a sample, sketch, or drawing. Commonly supported formats are:
Autocad: .dxf .dwg
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- rubber (NBR, SBR, PU, EPDM, VITON, SIL, Para rubber, Neoprene …)
- asbestos-free sealing plates (klingerit)
- graphite plates (with Al, Ni, stainless steel)
- Teflon (pure, filled with MoS2, bronze, carbon, graphite, glass)
- technical plastics (PE1000, POM-C, PA6 …)
- microporous rubber (EPDM, MVQ, VITON)
- felt and others