How Table Tennis Rubber is Made


The making of table tennis rubber Popular among the young and old The surprisingly little-known manufacturing process of the red and black rubbers on the racket 1. Coloring of Topsheet 2. Molding of Topsheet 3. Milling of Sponge 4. Molding and Slicing of SpongeGluing the rubber 1. Coloring of Topsheet Mill the raw material with the natural rubber using a special machine(TL’s note: mixing mill) Add synthetic rubber, vulcanizers, reinforcing fillers, and colorants Mix and mill the various ingredients thoroughly Black-colored topsheet compound 2. Molding of Topsheet Place the compound(also called charge) on the special mold Set the assembled molds in the press machine Thermoform by compression molding at roughly 150°C When completed, remove from the mold Compound is molded, and topsheet is completed 3. Milling of Sponge Like the topsheet, source material such as natural and synthetic rubber and purple colorant are mixed and milled together Add the vulcanizers and reinforcing fillers Mix and mill the various ingredients thoroughly 4. Molding and Slicing of Sponge Thermoform the sponge compound in the press machine Remove the molded compound Slice the molded compound, and sponge is completed Glue the topsheet and sponge together, and rubber is completedGluing the rubber Apply glue so as to prevent uneven coating on the rubber Apply glue to the racket just like rubbers Assemble the rubber and blade together while keeping air out Cut off excess rubber along the racket edge with scissors Racket is complete Subbed by zeio

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