Prototypes are usually developed through 3D printing in SLS, SLA, or FFF technology. If there is need of quick, low-volume batches or large individual components, we can accomplish this by manufacturing a silicon or aluminium tool and then perform injection moulding.
The tool is based on a 3D-printed SLA master being cast in silicon. The master is them removed and parts in PUR are then moulded in the cavity. PUR parts are available in different hardnesses. The silicon tool has a lifespan of about 15-25 parts depending on the material and appearance.