Rubber Molds Manufactured with Resin Patterns
By dipping a resin piece or pattern into PROTOCAD before starting the vulcanization process, it will help create a barrier which prevents rubber from migrating into the pores or sticking to the surface.
Direct Casting of Resin Pieces or Patterns
The most common problem when direct casting resin pieces is rough surfaces or inclusions. Resin has a tendency of expanding and boiling, which disturbs the surface of the investment powder, and creates rough surfaces. Resin and investment powder can also migrate into each other causing inclusions.
To overcome this, resin can be dipped in PROTOCAD five to ten times to create a protective barrier. The number of times resin pieces need to be dipped depends on the complexity of the design. The barrier created by PROTOCAD will help create perfect castings.
PROTOCAD prevents poor surface finish on CAD resin casting
PROTOCAD creates a barrier around the resin model preventing wax ingress into the investment powder
PROTOCAD helps removal of the CAD resin from the molds leaving a clean, debris free cavity