Posted By<" ">Randy Kimball on October 09, 2002 at 18:38:32:
In Reply to: Rubber! posted byBarna Madau on October 08, 2002 at 16:47:05:
This is because rubber mass depends on the durometer.
This is how dense it is produced and a spec the engineer
provides. Example: a bowling ball is about 90 duro.
a grip on a golf club is about 65 duro.
a tire is about 60 to 70 duro
a rubber cushion is about 35 duro
the seals around a car door are around 25 to 40 duro
... so as you can see it depends..
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