Cast Urethane

Short Run, Production Quality Parts

The urethane casting process requires a master pattern (commonly a SLA master) to create a silicone mold (or tool).  This mold contains an empty cavity in the shape of the desired part which is filled with a liquid urethane.  After the urethane has cured,  the mold is opened and the finished part is removed. This process is repeated until the required amount of parts is created.     

Textures can be applied directly to the master to match injection molding finishes, producing perfect copies of the pattern. Most urethane parts can also be painted, plated, pad printed and hot stamped to add finishing cosmetic touches.

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Casting allows for the use of a wide range of production grade materials to be used including materials with high stiffness,  high HDT, a wide range of durometers, and extra soft, skin-like silicones.  Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find the right material for your application.

  • In Mold Texturing
  • Paint
  • Decals & Graphics
  • Metalizing
Lead times for typical casting projects average 2 weeks start to finish.