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Where can I find rubber that prevents slipping?

Where can I find rubber that prevents slipping?

Where can I find rubber that prevents slipping?

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I'm a bit junior here....

I have a stand that constantly slips on the floor when people push against it.  So, I want to put some material on the bottom of the stand.  I'm thinking:
1.  3M Bumpon
2.  some other rubber like material

However, I have a few issues:
1.  Is 3M really the place to go? or are there better materials and places to ask for a solution?
2.  How do I calculate shear stress when a 200lb person is pushing on the stand, but also sitting in a rolling chair.  I forgot how to ratio the forces =/

RE: Where can I find rubber that prevents slipping?

Some concerns:
>  You don't specify the flooring itself.  Some materials suck on specific types of floors.  
>  Are there any contaminants.  Some materials work great while dry, but suck when they're wet
>  While not sliding sounds good, in principle, can the stand be overturned?  If the base doesn't move, then something else might, and that might be worse than having a sliding stand.

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