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8/27/2012

Argon Masking Custom-Molded Plugs, Caps Mask Odd Shapes

Originally titled 'Custom-Molded Plugs, Caps Mask Odd Shapes'
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Argon Masking’s plugs and caps can be molded from silicone, ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) or Neoprene in virtually any shape or size to mask even odd-shaped parts.

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Argon Masking’s plugs and caps can be molded from silicone, ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) or Neoprene in virtually any shape or size to mask even odd-shaped parts. The custom-molded masks are usually reusable and are designed to enable more consistently painted parts. Prototype tooling enables users to see the finished product prior to making a production tool. 

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