A setup charge is a non-recurring fee that is charged to the customer to cover the costs associated with creating a new, custom part or non-standard O-Ring. To help you understand what goes into each of our molded part setup charges, we broke them down by type.
Liquid silicone rubber is very versatile in the elastomer industry and is seen across a whole spectrum of parts from consumer products to medical devices and everything in between. To help manufacturers unleash the full potential of this material, we compiled everything you need to know about LSR.
As the manufacturing industry evolves, so does the need and importance of automated measuring systems. At Apple Rubber, we conduct this task using the Micro-Vu Vertex Measuring Machine, more simply known as the Micro-Vu. Let’s walk through how it works.
For customers who require custom molded shapes and/or housing seals, Apple Rubber uses a go/no go gauge to better ensure that they’re receiving quality parts that meet their dimensional requirements. Here’s how it works.