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Via Domo® Smart Wetcast - Reinforced Polyurethane Molds
Our patented reinforced Polyurethane Molds ensure an optimal dimensional stability. Nevertheless, the molds are flexible enough also for a manual demoulding. Furthermore, changes in the dimensions of the molds can be prevented.
In our Via Domo® Smart Wetcast series we distinguish between two types:
Via Domo®Smart Wetcast Mold Typ S
- For the first time worldwide the walls of the mold are reinforced with special high-quality slats (18-24 mm Width).
- We integrated a glass fiber fabric into the bottom of the molds. Therefore a subsequent shrinking / growing of the polyurethane can be prevented.
- Smart Wetcast Mold Type S is a selfstanding mold - production boxes are not required.
- We can manufacture single or multiple molds, depending on the size of your production board
- The handling in the production becomes a lot easier, because of the lower weight of the molds and the no longer required production boxes.
Via Domo®Smart Wetcast Mold Typ L
- For the first time worldwide the walls of the mold are reinforced with integrated special high-quality slats (5 mm Width).
- The type L mold requires production frames- or boxes.
- Undercuts are possible, as with the conventional molds. The molds remain elastic as usual.
Concrete products cast in polyurethane moulds have a high accuracy of detail and great depth of structure. The now much reduced investment costs make the "Via Domo® smart wet-cast" moulds a very realistic alternative. "Via Domo® Smart Wetcast" moulds are not irreparably damaged under mechanical stress, nor can they be rendered useless by any sharp edges after just a couple of mould removal processes.
Via Domo® does not demand minimum order quantities. Even small batches can be supplied quickly thanks to the great flexibility in prototyping and in mould making.
License agreements are not common practice at Via Domo®. The modern prototyping methods deployed by Via Domo® mean that over 90 % of all orders today concern exclusive developments.
Depending on the format, the slim walls sometimes allow more moulds to be fitted onto a production board.
Adaptations to particular operating circumstances are usually feasible. For example, these could involve changes on the injection edge, the addition of "anchors" for fastening to the production board, etc.