Attach membrame to silicon housing Answered
I am trying to attach a membrame (which is made of latex at the moment) to a silicon housing (see attachment). The membrame should be a able to move vertically and thus expand a bit. The two challenges are:
- The membrame should not be to thin, because otherwise it snaps and;
- The membrame should not be to thick, because otherwise their is too much pressier on the sides and it also snaps.
The membrame and the silicon housing should be airtied.
The material of the membrame can change, although it needs to be flexible of course.
Any tips on which material to use for the membrame or on assembly techniques?