Plastic production using dip moulding is a process used to shape plastic products and where metals products are coated with plastic materials.
Dip moulding protects the metal from scratches and markings.
Firstyl plastic granules are heated to a spcific temperature
Moulds are then heated, and the heated mould is then dipped into the warm plastic mixture.
The mould temperature
the temperature of the plastic mixture in which the product is dipped
Speed of the dipping
Dip moulding has a lower investment cost, and can vary the thickness without needing to change the moulding.
There is also lower cost of plastic product production.
Controlling thickness can be difficult, and it is a relatively slower process compared to injection moulding.