A vacuum is used in the vacuum casting process to suck the liquid material into the mould when casting elastomers. When air entrapment is an issue, there are fine features or undercuts, the material is reinforced with fibre or wire, or all of the above apply, this procedure is employed.
The formulation of vacuum casting resins is particularly designed to mimic production thermoplastic materials including ABS, polypropylene, acrylic, nylon, glass-filled nylon, and rubber.
The product is of a high calibre. The vacuum casting technique produces high-quality goods. Additionally, using resin enables you to select the best material for use in creating the finished product. As a result, you may choose from a larger range of options for the flexibility, hardness, and stiffness of your goods.
The Global vacuum casting resin market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
LPE introduces a new line of vacuum casting products.
After extending its vacuum casting facilities earlier this year, LPE (Laser Prototypes Europe) successfully introduced a new line of useful vacuum casting materials at TCT Show + Personalize.
Customers of the Belfast-based bureau now have access to a greater variety of vacuum casting resins than ever before, guaranteeing that the bureau’s rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing capabilities can satisfy rising customer demand for low volume production.
In addition to a large selection of production grade silicon rubbers, the new material line also includes PEEK simulant PR751, FDA-certified Food safe 9012, and Aerospace approved PR A730.
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