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Overmoulding

What is Overmoulding?

Overmoulding involves at least two components being moulded on top of one another, often it is used to give a rubberised grip on plastic parts- such as a toothbrush handle.

Overmoulding is a two-step process that can be carried out with many thermoplastics and is an efficient way to manufacture multiple layers/colours/materials in one product. There are vast applications for overmoulded products in automotive, medical and many consumer goods.

Why Overmoulding?

Overmoulding allows customers more flexibility in their product design through the different textures, styles and colours of materials that can be used. Overmoudling can also increase the shock absorbency, durability and electrical resistance of a part, all without the additional costs associated with the manual assembly of the two parts.

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