I'm looking to grip a cylindrical part that is teflon coated. The goal is to keep it from rotating during assembly. I cannot mar the teflon coating so I am planning on gripping it with either round or v blocks coated in rubber or with rubber adhered to the surface.
Any advise as to which rubber would hold the best?
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