Dip Molding

The Different Industries That Can Use Dip Molding

One of the benefits of dip molding is that is can be used for a wide variety of applications in a wide variety of industries. Whether it’s for the military or for a medical office, dip molding can manufacture parts quickly, easily, and at a cheaper cost than other forms of production.   Here are

The Different Problems that Dip Coating and Dip Molding Can Solve

There are lots of different processes that companies can use when producing plastic and rubber parts, but two of the best ones available are dip molding and dip coating. From customization to cost-effectiveness, see how dip molding and dip coating can solve some of the problems your company deals with on a daily basis:  

The Benefits of Dip Molded Medical Equipment

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many hospitals have been running dangerously low on much-needed medical equipment. Not only is this extremely concerning for those who are suffering from the coronavirus, but it also brings up the question of how to avoid shortages like this in the future. There are many ways to manufacture

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The Benefits of Using Dip Molding for Prototypes

With any new product, a business will have to go through several designs and prototypes until they reach the final end-product. A prototype is the first proof on concept, and tweaking this initial design allows inventions to evolve into real, useful products. Since a number of these initial variations will never be sold or mass

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What is REACH?

Piper Plastics works hard to ensure that our products are safe for all consumers. It’s why we provide materials that are non-phthalate and that are compliant with regulations such as RoHS. We also provide products that are REACH compliant. Read on to learn more: What does REACH mean? REACH is a European Union regulation similar

RoHS Compliance

What is RoHS?

Here at Piper Plastics, we’re proud to offer RoHS compliant materials. But what, exactly, does RoHS compliant mean? Here we answer any questions you may have about RoHS and RoHS compliant materials. What does RoHS compliant mean? RoHS is an acronym; it stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS is a European Union (EU) directive

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How Dip Molding Works

Dip molding with plastisol is a thermal process that creates a molded part from a liquid form of PVC (Polyvinyl chloride). If that sounds confusing, you’re not the only one. Many people don’t understand exactly how dip molded parts are created. That’s why we’ve laid out each step that’s involved to help you better understand

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4 Things to Know About Dip Coating

The list of everyday appliances that are dip coated are endless. Medical equipment, electrical appliances, even military-grade items are all dip coated. However, if you’re planning on getting some of your equipment dip coated, there are some things to know before you do: Dip coating is very similar to dip molding Dip molding is a

Non Phthalate Compliance

What Does “Non-Phthalate” Mean?

At Piper Plastics, we offer non-phthalate materials. But what exactly does that mean? Here we break down all you need to know about phthalates, their risks, and why we use non-phthalate plasticizers. What are phthalates? Before we get into non-phthalates, we first need to talk about phthalates. Phthalates are esters of phthalic acid. Unless you’re

The Advantages of Dip Molding

From electrical appliances to medical equipment, dip molding is used for many things. Why? Because not only is it convenient, dip molding also has several advantages over other processes: It’s cost-effective Dip molding is simple and inexpensive. It has low tooling costs—a fraction of injection molding—and competitive production costs. When automated, dip molding is usually