Moving Forward: Technology Embraces Medical Rubber Molding

Over the past 15 years, the uses for medical rubber molding have grown dramatically as healthcare technology has improved. It’s durable, easy to clean and lightweight. It can be molded into nearly any shape and can withstand the rigors of everyday life, as well as the healthcare environment. Here’s a look at how silicone rubber… Read more »

Rapid Prototyping Puts Time on Your Side

Are you pushed for time? With everyone’s schedules becoming increasingly busier and many employees having to do multiple jobs due to companies cutting back on their staffing, people are more pressed for time than ever before. And on top of a time shortage, everyone wants their product NOW! As a first step in assisting you… Read more »

The Shocking Success of Silicone Rubber Parts

Silicone rubber is versatile. How thick and how pliable a component is depends on its design and the process by which it is made. Liquid silicone injection molding components can be made to fit nearly any template design. They are strong and absorb impacts well. As a result, they are commonly used for buffering shock… Read more »

Why New Shoring and Reshoring Are on the Rise

How can you offset the cost of manufacturing your product in the United States? Many businesses don’t feel they can be profitable or competitive enough due to the higher costs of manufacturing goods domestically. However, there are many hidden costs and other matters to consider when purchasing products offshore. SiTECH can assist you with your… Read more »

Staying in the Game: Designing Tips for Player Control Keypads

Gaming has become a hot industry, and creating the right control keypad is critical to game operation and popularity. Using custom silicon rubber keypads can make the user experience better and create a more reliable product. There are several things to keep in mind when designing new gaming keypads or improving current systems. Soft Keys… Read more »

Silicone Molding Enhances New Military Technology

U.S. military administrators have had to adjust to many changes over the past several years. Some effects include adapting devices to different climates and environments, reducing the amount of space and number of personnel using equipment, and enduring cutbacks in spending without decreasing effectiveness. A reduction in personnel, for example, doesn’t mean a reduction in… Read more »