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How Custom Window Seals Help You Keep Up with Customer Demands

“Custom” does not equal “too expensive” We understand that when you hear the word custom, you might think to yourself,…

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Make Your Seals Work for You: Made-to-Order Extrusion

If you’re promising your customers the best in door and window design, chances are you’re also promising them a unique…

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From the Start: Designing Effective Rubber Seals

For design engineers tasked with designing effective rubber seals, the earliest stages of the design process are critical. Selecting the…

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How to Minimize the Cost of Extruded Seals

Your company can’t afford to spend any extra revenue on extruded seals and weatherstripping products. Many factors can significantly impact…

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What Are Die Cut Gaskets?

What are die cut gaskets and how can they serve your application? Die cut gaskets function as a seal between…

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Custom Weatherseals: 5 Steps to Success

“Every project is unique.” “There are hundreds of weatherseal options.” “How do I balance cost efficiency with performance?” When our…

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What Are Astragals?

If you want to continue manufacturing doors that stay competitive in the market, make sure you know the ins and…

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What Is Window Weather Stripping?

In order to design fully-functional window products that beat out the competition, it’s important to understand some details behind window…

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Automotive Weatherstripping: Engineering Factors

In order to design automotive parts that stay competitive, it’s important to understand some details behind automotive weatherstripping. Weatherstripping (or…

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