Da/Pro Rubber, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of precision, custom molded rubber, plastic, and TPE products. We work hand-in-hand with our customers to manufacture unique precision molded elastomer products, while providing the best customer support and technical advice possible.

Since 1961, Da/Pro has served the medical device, electronic, and aerospace industries. Our six rubber and plastic manufacturing facilities are located in Oklahoma, California, Massachusetts, and Singapore. We have ISO 9001 certified facilities and a class 10,000 cleanroom for applications requiring controlled airborne particulates.

The Da/Pro Process for compression and transfer molding consists of our proprietary molding machines. The molding process is computer controlled and monitored to maintain consistent molding conditions, thereby assuring duplication of product throughout the molding cycles.

Our 49,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art LIM facility houses injection molding machines as well as a complete tooling maintenance, materials lab, inspection facility, and specialized testing stations.

Da/Pro staff chemists are available to develop organic, inorganic, or silicone compounds to satisfy your specific requirements. Da/Pro has a complete in-house engineering department to assist in the moldability of your components.

Da/Pro Northeast has a complete plastic facility including plastic engineering staff, plastic mold making capabilities, rapid prototyping, injection molding, sub-assembly, packaging and quality control. We offer high-quality custom TPE (thermoplastic elastomer), and plastic products molded to precision tolerances.

Quality Assurance — To assure consistency in product, quality is monitored throughout each process. Quality assurance involves every step of the design, tool making, and manufacturing processes. To ensure quality, all parts are visually inspected for conformance to design criteria.

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This article first appeared in the January, 2011 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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