Toying With Custom Rubber Keypad Designs for Kids

Little kids love pushing buttons. Products using custom silicone rubber keypads have grown in popularity as the capabilities in connecting functions to buttons has become more sophisticated. Some of the latest designs in children’s toys have buttons that do fun and interesting things. That’s part of what makes adult items, like TV remotes and computer… Read more »

Silicone Coatings Reduce Keypad Wear

In the production of silicone rubber keypads and components, adding a protective coating at the end of production will ensure the ruggedness and longevity of the product. Coating custom silicone rubber and graphics is the best option for protection from a variety of situations. Advances in coating technology and fluid dynamics has led to extremely… Read more »

Using Silicone Coating With Advanced Spray Gun Technology

In the production of silicone rubber molding components, adding a protective coating at the end of the process will ensure the ruggedness and longevity of the product. Our proprietary coatings on silicone molded products protect against abrasion, harsh elements and provide superior protection against most chemicals. Advances in spray gun technology and fluid dynamics has… Read more »

Using Silicone Rubber Applications in Military Designs

When it comes to military product designs, using silicone rubber keypads for computerized devices is an important factor to consider. While there are many different types of materials that can be used, silicone rubber applications have a number of advantages over plastic applications. Not only are they more durable, but they more closely meet the… Read more »

Medical Silicone Rubber Molding: A Window of Opportunity

Sometimes what a device doesn’t have is just as important as what it does have. One of the most popular reasons people use medical silicone rubber molding from Si-TECH is because it can be precisely fitted for windows, cutouts and odd shapes. In other words, the silicone rubber keypads or gaskets let the medical device… Read more »

Create a Bond With Your Silicone Rubber Keypads

Some substances have a natural tendency to resist adhesion to each other, like a piece of cellophane tape on brick. Silicone rubber and acrylic adhesive have a similar reaction. Acrylic adhesive is the industry  choice when attaching things to polyester membrane switches. However, when the silicone rubber keypad’s surface is left untreated, it will not… Read more »