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Rubber Overmolding for Waterproof Phones

  • Material: Liquid Silicone+Plastic/ Metal/ PCB

  • Waterproof: IPX7, IPX8 Waterproof Level

  • Process: LSR Over-molding Injection

  • Inspection: 50 Times Magnifier+ AOI Full Inspection

  • Workshop: 100K Class Clean Production Workshop

Product Description

Rubber Overmolding for Waterproof Mobile Phone Parts- Silicone Overmolding Factory

Rubber overmolding is a process of molding silicone rubber onto a substrate or base material. This technique is often used to enhance the grip, durability, and overall functionality of a product. The overmolding process involves overmolding a silicone rubber component onto a base substrate material and then molding the two together using heat and pressure. This results in a seamless bond between the silicone rubber and the substrate, creating a strong and reliable product. Rubber overmolding is commonly used in industries such as waterproof electronics, medical, and consumer goods to improve the performance and usability of various products.


Rubber Overmolding for Waterproof Phone Parts

Rubber overmolding has become an increasingly popular solution for waterproof phone parts. This process involves molding a layer of silicone rubber over an existing plastic or metal component, creating a watertight seal that protects the phone's internal components from water damage, so to reach IPX7 or IPX8 waterproof level.

Rubber Overmolding for Waterproof Phones

Product Name: Waterproof Phone Parts
Material: Liquid Silicone+Plastic/ Metal/ PCB
Hardness: 30 Shore A
Color: Pantone Number
Feature: Waterproof
Waterproof Level: IP67 or IP68
Process: Rubber Overmolding
Inspection: CCD+ AOI Full Inspection
Certification: ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO13485, IATF16949
Workshop: 10,000 Square Meters Silicone Molding Workshop

Rubber Overmolding Benefits

Rubber overmolding is able to create a seamless, durable seal that can withstand exposure to water, dust, and other environmental elements. This makes it an ideal solution for phone manufacturers looking to create waterproof devices that can withstand the rigors of daily use.


Rubber overmolding can be used to create a wide range of phone parts, from buttons and switches to entire phone casings. This flexibility allows manufacturers to customize their designs to meet specific needs and preferences, while still maintaining the necessary level of waterproofing.


Rubber overmolding also offers aesthetic advantages. The rubber layer can be molded in a variety of colors and textures, allowing manufacturers to create phones with unique and eye-catching designs. This can be especially valuable in a crowded market, where standing out from the competition can make all the difference. 

Rubber Overmolding for Waterproof Phones

Rubber Overmolding Factory

Rubber overmolding is a highly versatile and effective manufacturing process that offers a wide array of benefits. It can improve grip and appearance, enhance durability, and enable customization, making it a valuable tool for various industries. At YEJIA, we specialize in producing custom silicone rubber products, and have extensive experience in silicone rubber overmolding. Our expertise has allowed us to supply waterproof phone parts to numerous mobile phone brands. With a silicone molding workshop spanning over 10,000 square meters, we are well-equipped to handle custom rubber molding parts for waterproof phones. We welcome the opportunity to work with you and provide top-quality solutions for your manufacturing needs.


People Also Ask

Q: What is rubber overmolding?

A: Rubber overmolding is a process that involves molding silicone rubber onto a substrate to create a finished product.

Q: What types of materials can be overmolded with silicone rubber?

A: Silicone rubber can be overmolded onto a wide range of materials, including plastics, metals, and electronics.