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What cups are used for swimsuits?

For swimwear, we normally use thin foams to reduce water absorption. A thickness of 3/16 is recommended.

 

Most of the time, swimsuits use inserted cups (see our inserted products). They are made of thermoformed polyurethane foams with low water absorption, which is very popular

 

For wedding cup or dress , we use ½ to 1 “thicknesses depending on the desired firmness. Do not be afraid, even under a 1 ” foam, once compacted, the cup will have a maximum of 3/16 thick in the center and 0.06 ” on the periphery for easy sewing.

What foam thickness should I use?

For swimwear, we normally use thin foams to reduce water absorption. A thickness of 3/16 is recommended.

 

For the bra, it is mainly ½ and 3/8 ” thick.

 

For wedding cup or dress , we use ½ to 1 “thicknesses depending on the desired firmness. Do not be afraid, even under a 1 ” foam, once compacted, the cup will have a maximum of 3/16 thick in the center and 0.06 ” on the periphery for easy sewing.

Can we have cups without foam?

Yes. We have products without any foam. To do this, we have to laminate 2 fabrics together. Then we can mold it and the material will keep the shape and depth.

What cup is used for bralettes?

The bralette don’t normally use a bra cup, but rather a fabric forming (also bubble molding or bullet molding). Circular shape is molded into the fabric at the desired depth. This technique is also used for the manufacture of swimsuits.

Although bralettes normally do not use bra cups, some designers prefer to incorporate them. So we have an appropriate model. Bralette Cup (7073B, BAL200).