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

Two Tone Tool Handles

Two Tone Coating

The ClientNational manufacturer of custom hand tools.The ProjectThis customer required a colorful coating (in this case blue) partially covered by a textured grip for their hand tools.  Using our proprietary processes and equipment, we were able to provide a comfortable, colorful and functional grip for their tools.Similar Projects

A Brief History of PVC

A Brief History of PVC

Let’s take a walk down PVC memory lane, shall we? While many people may not realize just how long the synthetic plastic has been around, there is actually a host of evidence that shows PVC (polyvinyl chloride) was first created at least a century ago. The story peculiarly begins in two separate years—1838 and 1872—when

Vinyl Plastisol: Ideal for Electrical Applications

Vinyl Plastisol: Ideal for Electrical Applications

Since Piper Plastics began using dip molding techniques more than 50 years ago, we’ve found a wide variety of industrial applications for this versatile manufacturing process. From precision medical appliances to military-grade equipment, we can make just about anything with dip molded vinyl plastisol. Electrical fittings and connectors, however, are particularly well-suited to plastisol dip