Foam molding texture on the surface of your part is normally based on cosmetic considerations. A textured finish can enhance the appearance of a part. Texturing a foam molding part's appearance will add richness, therefore making the part more marketable, and giving it higher value and quality.

Choose one (or more) from our hundreds of textures...

  • Add texture to simulate the appearance of another material like leather or wood or sand. You can even add circles or hexagons or bubbles. The choices are mind-boggling.
  • Add texture to hide foam molding surface imperfections that occur naturally in this process.
  • Add texture to change a "monotone" surface impression or to reduce a glossy appearance.
  • Add texture to give a marketing identity or pattern that immediately identifies your part as belonging to your company.
  • Add two different textures to create a visual contrast.
  • Add texture to the core to help the de-molding speed, improving the part quality on the "A" side of your part.
  • Add texture to improve grip and traction like on handles of a power tool or ski poles.

Adding texture > adds beauty > adds value > increases sales of your foam molding part.

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