Diversity in Rubber Manufacturing

Rubber injection molding of SBR, EPDM, polychloroprene, Nitrile, or fluoroelastomers. Molded Dimensions, Inc. is a custom molder of rubber and cast polyurethane. At MDI, we take pride in the technical excellence and versatility of our rubber business unit. Our business supports:
Metal stems for bonding to SBR, EPDM, polychloroprene, Nitrile, or fluoroelastomers.

Common Materials Processed


Annual Volume Sold

MDI has low, mid, and high volume production capabilities. Some of our customers, including military, often only require small production runs, while other customers require weekly releases and a supporting KanBan program to keep them in supply. The systems and methodologies we learn from larger, more structured companies can be applied to benefit customers across the board.

Insert prep for roller, mount, impellor, and gear applications.

Typical Applications


Part or Product Size

Precision mechanical components range in size from 1 gram to over 30 pounds. In-house production utilizes presses from 8" square to 24" square, and our GlocalSource presses have capabilities up to 60" square.

Injection, compression, and transfer rubber molding work cell.

Molding Technologies

Multiple size presses are used to meet your program requirements. Molding technologies include:

Insert Molding

When additional structure is needed in a component, rubber materials may be overmolded onto a substrate. A variety of metals including carbon steel, aluminum, stainless, brass and bronze can be used. Non-metallic, rigid materials, such as fiberglass and glass filled nylon, are also candidates.

Rubber may be either mechanically or chemically bonded to an insert. Mechanical bond is the encapsulation of the substrate without the use of a secondary adhesive. A chemical bond utilizes an adhesive system to ensure an unyielding bond between the substrate and urethane.

Cryogenic deflashing of rubber hoses, tubes, grommets, seals, and bellows.

Finishing Operations



Industries Served

Our diverse customer base crosses many industries, as we like to say from "medical to mining." The engineering expertise we gain based on the range of parts we manufacture benefits all customers with high quality, consistent product meeting application requirements. In addition, the knowledge and experience gained from servicing large-scale customers, with high service and quality requirements benefits all customers no matter size or industry.

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