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Problems Dip Coating and Dip Molding Solve

There are lots of different processes that companies can use when producing plastic and rubber parts. But two of the best processes available are dip molding and dip coating. Dip molding is a process that involves the dipping of a mandrel into liquid polymer to create a new plastic product. Dip coating on the other

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Benefits of Manufacturing in the U.S.

There are many U.S.-based companies that, unfortunately, choose to do all of their manufacturing overseas. While there are some benefits that come along with taking that approach, there are also several benefits of manufacturing in the U.S. Here are some of the benefits that companies enjoy when they manufacture their products in the U.S: It

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Plastic Manufacturing Trends for 2018

Plastic continues to be one of the most popular materials in the world when it comes to manufacturing. Plastic manufacturers are finding all kinds of new ways to incorporate plastic into the mix. And there are so many manufacturing trends in 2018 that involve plastic. Check out some of those trends below. Medical technology is

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Piper Plastics Focuses on Quality and Customer Satisfaction

When you call on a company to provide products for you, you want to know that the company takes quality and customer satisfaction very seriously. One way to see just how seriously they take those things is by finding out if they’ve received certification from the International Organization for Standardization, which is better known as

Dip Molding and Dip Coating Process

Process of Dip Molded and Dip Coated Parts

Do you have an idea for a molded plastic part that you would like to create for your company? One of the simplest ways to bring that idea to life is to use a process called dip molding. Dip molding can be utilized to create everything from medical connectors to spring reinforced tubes out of

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What is Plastisol?

If you have heard the term plastisol and wondered, “What is that?” you are not alone. Many people don’t know what plastisol is, even though this material is one we come in contact with on a regular basis. The Origins of Plastisol Plastisol first became popular during World War II when rubber was being rationed

How Plastic is Shaping the Medical Industry

How Plastic is Shaping the Medical Industry

Plastics are used in just about all walks of life, and there are a variety of different industries that have benefited greatly from finding innovative new ways to incorporate plastics. But you could make the argument that no industry has benefited more from plastics than the medical industry. Techniques like dip molding have made it

Piper Plastic Cares About the Environment

Piper Plastic Cares About the Environment

Taking steps to protect the natural environment is something that is increasingly important to many people and businesses. After all, we only have one planet. It just makes sense for every person and business to take part in protecting our shared environment. At Piper Plastics, we recognize that protecting the environment is both good for

The Definitive Guide to Dip Coating

The Definitive Guide to Dip Coating

  Dip coating is an increasingly popular method as it adds functionally, color, texture, electrical insulation and comfort to plastic parts for companies in a variety of different industries. Despite the prevalence of this coating process, many people are not aware that they use dip coated products every day. This definitive guide to dip coating

Fluidized powder is a technology within the plastic coding industry that has been available for more than 50 years; however many are unfamiliar with the process and benefits.

Reasons to Use PVC Fluidized Bed Power Coatings

Fluidized powder is a technology within the plastic coating industry that has been available for more than 50 years; however many are unfamiliar with the process and benefits. If you’re wondering whether you should use this method for your next project, here are four reasons why it’s a great idea: No Tooling Cost The fluidized