Custom Dip Molding and Dip Coating

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

Dip Molding

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

ISO 9001: 2015 Certification

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

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

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

How to Create a Custom Dip Molded or Dip Coated Part

When you look at dip molded stethoscope tubing or a dip coated plumbing fitting, you probably don’t think about the process that goes into making it. There is a thorough development process behind every custom dip molded or coated part – a process that ranges in time from hours to weeks. Here at Piper Plastics,

What Was the Original Purpose of Plastisol?

Dip Molding vs. Dip Coating

Although the terms “dip molding” and “dip coating” sound very similar and require the same materials, they are actually two different processes used to create and improve products in a variety of industries. Dip molding involves the dipping of a mandrel into a liquid polymer to create a new plastic product while dip coating involves

Military Coatings

Military Items

The ClientVarious sub-contractors to the US government.The ProjectPiper helped develop the military plastisol coating specification in the 1960’s. That spec., MIL-P-20689 has been superseded by A-A-59464.  Piper has been performing these coating services since it’s inception in 1963.Similar Projects:4 Things to Know About Dip CoatingProblems Dip Coating and Dip Molding SolvePlastic Manufacturing Trends for 2018Piper