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For making lasting rubber mechanical parts, bushings, gaskets, belts, gears, ball mill liners, vibration shock pads and much more.
 PMC®-790 bushings are strong, durable line guides for an industrial machinery application.  PMC®-790 pieces provide superior wear resistance and outlast other OEM parts.

PMC®-790 bushings are strong, durable line guides for an industrial machinery application. PMC®-790 pieces provide superior wear resistance and outlast other OEM parts.
 Task® 12 semi-rigid torque resistor is impact resistant and durable.  Piece is cast into a Mold Max® XLS® mold to make limited-run, high-precision parts that outlast OEM counterparts.

Task® 12 semi-rigid torque resistor is impact resistant and durable. Piece is cast into a Mold Max® XLS® mold to make limited-run, high-precision parts that outlast OEM counterparts.
 Industrial gear manufacturer distinguishes gear inventory that varies slightly in dimension (millimeters) by pigmenting pieces with SO-Strong® color tints.  These gears are cast in various Smooth-On Task® urethane plastics.

Industrial gear manufacturer distinguishes gear inventory that varies slightly in dimension (millimeters) by pigmenting pieces with SO-Strong® color tints. These gears are cast in various Smooth-On Task® urethane plastics.
 A rotationally cast TASK® 6 drill bit filled with Foam-iT!® 5 rigid urethane foam was created by H and H Molds in Dallas, TX.

A rotationally cast TASK® 6 drill bit filled with Foam-iT!® 5 rigid urethane foam was created by H and H Molds in Dallas, TX.
 AMS (Advanced Modeling Systems) of Philadelphia, PA uses the full line of Smooth-On urethane plastics to make industrial prototypes.  Prototypes represent production specimens that usually weigh 100 times more and are used as salesman samples.

AMS (Advanced Modeling Systems) of Philadelphia, PA uses the full line of Smooth-On urethane plastics to make industrial prototypes. Prototypes represent production specimens that usually weigh 100 times more and are used as salesman samples.
 Sam Donellen of New Orleans, LA, used Smooth-Cast® 385 to create prototype propellers.

Sam Donellen of New Orleans, LA, used Smooth-Cast® 385 to create prototype propellers.

                   
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