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    Default What can be used to pad rubber?

    Hello Rubber Friends.

    First of all I'd like to say that this is the best rubber site, mainly for me that live so far from the rubber mainstream.
    The site that makes me keep in touch (rubber ), with the ones like me have this passion for rubber and gives me more information.
    As it's almost impossible to get some rubber gears around here so I'm thinking about to make my own rubber gears. I'm already make repair on my rubber and did my first rubber shirt few months ago.

    I'm sending you this cause I've seen a great rubber outfit and would like to get more information about those rubber patches seen on shoulder, back, elbow and waist at this rubber bike jacket.

    Have a pic attached.

    Thanks in advance for information and keep this great site running.

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Looks like some kind of wadding, padding or interfacing thats been cut to shape and then laminated between the latex. Thats the traditional method for making padded sections.

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    hallo, cigrubber.

    as far as i now, "Black boddy" has a rubber Biker out-fit in the collection.

    rubberse, Rubberbone.

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Hi Wired.

    Thanks for your reply.

    I was wondering about what material could (can) be used as a pad with rubber.
    Foam could be a good choice but I don't know if it work well with rubber and glue.

    Thanks again.

    CigRubber

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Hi rubberbone.

    Thanks for info.

    I found those kind of bike rubber suits at this site http://usastore.recon.com/index.php/...otorcycle-gear
    But after see the prices I gave up to order them cause if i did that I should pay almost double of the price to have them delivered here at my place (shipping, handling, and taxes), so I decided to get information on how to make that gears.

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Look further in this section for details on how to make the foundation garment, do it in as thick a vulkanised latex as you can get, and apply the pads as appliqué patches, preferably using a mannequin. Making those might be best done by making sausages of the wadding using old nylon tights and sewing them to a fabric base, possibly kevlar if you're intending using these for biking, before dipping in liquid latex a good many times. If you're using rubber 0.6 upwards, rivet reinforcement becomes an option, just don't use any which are brass or copper or plated onto brass or copper, as these will make the latex rot. As a side-question, Wired, I guess chlorinating doesn't solve the dreaded brass rot, but has anyone actually tried it?

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Hi Tom.
    Thanks for information.
    I'm going to try to make it as soon as possible and if it works gonna post it in here.

    CR

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Try this stuff for using as padding,

    http://www.taylors-supplies.co.uk/ca...NDFIBREFILINGS

    easy to cut to shape.

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    Default Re: Would like to have information about this kind of rubber gear.

    Hi Wired.

    Thanks for your reply.

    Gonna try the polyester wadding and see how it's react with glue.

    Hope to make it very soon.

    Have a good week.

    CigRubber

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