Smooth-On Urethane, Silicone and Polysulfide rubbers available in hardnesses ranging from softer than your skin to harder than a car tire and everything in between.
From the general purpose "Smooth-Cast" resin line to the specialty "TASK" performance urethane plastic line and castable epoxies, there are many industrial plastic products to choose from.
Smooth-On has been making adhesives since 1895 and today supplies all major automobile manufacturers worldwide, every airline in the world, all branches of the US Military and thousands of industrial customers. These adhesives offer exceptional bonding properties for a variety of industrial applications.
A Custom Made Foam Insert for Electronics or Other Delicate Equipment
How you can replicate a tail light lens of any car using optically-clear resin.
Watch how a CNC routed prototype turns into a durable urethane finished product
This video tutorial shows how to use UreCoat® to coat tool handles. The coated handles are easier to hold and safer to handle.
Nordan is a world renowned fabricator of performance composite parts for racing cars...
EZ~Brush® Vac Bag Silicone Rubber Offers Several Advantages Over Conventional Vacuum Bagging Materials
EZ~Spray® Silicone 20 Spray Rubber is made especially for dispensing through the EZ~Spray® Jr....
The Pennsylvania DOT needed 2,000 decorative noise reduction panels to maximize public safety and divert highway noise.
Owen Morris, contacted Smooth-On for a material to make custom bumpers that would help minimize the damage to their rack guards.
Making Re-usable Vacuum Bags Offers Several Advantages.
Moen uses the full spectrum of Smooth-On tin and platinum-based silicone rubbers to develop and refine proposed design
Rubber molds can be made quickly and will accommodate the expansion of water during the freezing process.
'DDD' came up with a design that had a lower center of gravity
Assisting School Age Kids To Excel In Science Competition With Smooth-On Materials
In the process of sand casting, a pattern is a replica of the original object to be cast.
Parts that are vacuum formed touch our lives every day including consumer packaging and advertising signs (McDonalds & Burger King).
Union City Mirror (Union City, New Jersey) has used PMC®-746 Castable Urethane Mold Rubber for many years to make molds of its intricate and highly detailed furniture molds.
The use of an MT-13® epoxy adhesive developed by Smooth-On has become an integral part of an ion accelerator project which allows physicists to study matter in its earliest form