Get to Market Faster: How to Create Silicone Parts with 3D Printed Molds

July 27

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Short run production can be technically challenging, costly, and slow. By leveraging 3D printing, more efficient, and cost-effective workflows can be achieved. Companies like OXO are able to rapidly cast silicone parts using molds they've 3D printed in-house.

In this webinar, learn the step-by-step process of how to use RTV moldmaking and in-house 3D printing to rapidly produce silicone parts. You'll hear from senior product engineer at OXO, Mack Mor, who will teach you his tips and tricks with casting silicone into 3D printed molds.


Primary Topics:

  • The seven specific steps you can take to perform quick silicone casting with in-house 3D printed molds.
  • How OXO created a gasket for a cocktail shaker using 3D printing.
  • Best practices for mold design, alignment features, and material selection for RTV moldmaking.



Mack Mor
Senior Product Engineer, OXO
Mack has worked with OXO for 9 years, leading engineering development on design classics such as the Good Grips Swivel Peeler and the Salad Spinner.

Analisa Russo
Technical Community Manager, Formlabs
Analisa is a member of the Partnerships + Community Team at Formlabs, where she works closely with customers to tell their workflow stories in the form of both educational and inspirational online content. Analisa has a background in materials science (MIT '08 and UIUC '14) with a focus on desktop fabrication techniques. Prior to joining Formlabs, she worked as lead developer of Circuit Scribe, a conductive ink pen with applications in educations, art, and circuit prototyping.