For rapid development of foam parts Rojac utilise a 7 axis Robotic milling cell to CNC machine foam straight from the CAD utilising Autodesk PowerMill and PowerShape.
Complex 3D parts can be milled directly from soft to rigid foam materials including flexible and rigid foams, EPP, tooling boards and polystyrene, we also have the in-house ability to mould PU foam blocks to your required density and hardness to match production PU systems and mill these for your 3D parts.
This method is widely used for seat foam development where seat foam parts can be machined from soft flexible foams for concept cars, early vehicle development and prototypes.
We have the ability to add a synthetic skin to milled foam parts replicating prototype or production moulded foams.
No tooling investment is required for milled foams as we go straight from CAD to machined parts, full seat foam sets can be milled in days.
If you don’t have CAD data we can scan sample parts and reverse engineer back to CAD data
The ideal solution for prototype and development of polyurethane foam mouldings.
This process is often used to follow milled foam parts for development and prototypes where a number of prototype parts are required.
This process has been successfully utilised for many automotive vehicle seating projects allowing our customers to rapidly develop seat designs, foam hardness and comfort trials in a fraction of the time traditionally taken to develop seating for new vehicles.
Rojac Urethane Limted offer a number of solutions for rapid prototyping and development of foam parts including CNC Machined foams and Rapid Prototype foam moulding. Contact us for further information
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