CTI Preview: Minnesota Rubber and Plastics

Typical parts and assemblies include overmolded gears, molded screen rings, high tolerance vane tip seals, insert molded electrical connection hubs, bearing cages, thrust washers, seal rings, complex electrical housings and many more.

Typical parts and assemblies include overmolded gears, molded screen rings, high tolerance vane tip seals, insert molded electrical connection hubs, bearing cages, thrust washers, seal rings, complex electrical housings and many more.

April 30, 2018—

Visit CTI Symposium USA at Booth #65 to see and hear Minnesota Rubber and Plastic’s presentation on its capabilities for molding high performance elastomers and plastics for critical vehicle/powertrain components, assemblies and kitting.

CTI is the official Innovative Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid and Electric Drives Symposium. Experts from Minnesota Rubber and Plastics will present its newest technology to meet the challenges of automotive transmissions for conventional and alternative drives.

Automotive engineers looking to improve performance will find new and superior solutions from Minnesota Rubber and Plastics’ technology-based approach utilizing a broad range of high performance elastomers, fluoroelastomers and thermoplastics.

With transmissions becoming more compact and complex, Minnesota Rubber and Plastics provides new and robust sealing materials and processes as well as unique overmolding techniques for these critical vehicle/powertrain assemblies.

Typical parts and assemblies include overmolded gears, molded screen rings, high tolerance vane tip seals, insert molded electrical connection hubs, bearing cages, thrust washers, seal rings, complex electrical housings and many more.

Seven decades of experience serving the automotive market back up Minnesota Rubber and Plastics’ innovative molding technology. Large manufacturing capacity is supported by proprietary tool and press knowledge. In addition, experienced design engineers, materials chemists and production groups solve the most difficult component and complex assembly problems with a broad range of thermoset and thermosetplastic compounds and molding processes.

            

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics
Phone: 
(952) 927-1400
URL: 
www.mnrubber.com