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Quality Dip Molding of
a Rubber Bellow

Dip Molding Services

Custom manufactured bellow and rubber goods Dip molding offers an attractive alternative to other molding technologies. Cosmetic appeal, seamless parts, inexpensive tooling and rapid prototyping are just a few of the many advantages of dip molding. Materials including natural latex rubber, neoprene, nitrile (Buna-n), silicone and vinyl (pvc) are all available in dip molding compounds. With an infinite array of textures, colors, and durometer to choose from, dip molding offers versatility and economic advantages unmatched with other molding technologies.

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Dip Molding Capabilities

Part Quantities Typical annual quantities range from 1 to hundreds of thousands of pieces.
Lead Time 1 day turnaround if needed
Materials
  • Natural latex
  • Neoprene
  • Nitrile (Buna-N)
  • Silicone
  • Vinyl (PVC)
Tolerances up to .0005
Secondary Operations
  • Powder Coating
  • Hot Stamping / Pad Stamping
  • Adhesive Bonding
  • Traditional Machining
  • Rubber Molding / Fabrication
  • Rubber Molding / Fabrication
  • In-House Tooling
  • Trimming
  • Dieing
  • Assembly
Industries Served
Agriculture
Hunting
Industrial
Medical
Military Aerospace
Outdoor Recreation
Shooting
Veterinary
Acceptable Drawing File Formats Adobe .PDF format
CADKEY .dxf or .dwg format
Professional Associations
  • FFL#: 4-35-153-07-0D-01379
  • SOT#: 2007172-N50-011
  • IGFA
Shapes and Sizes Bellows, boots, bulbs, and tubing are just a few of the shapes that can be produced utilizing dip molding. Parts can be produced in nearly any shape, size or configurations. Though there are some limitations to the geometry of dip molded parts, often dip molding can produce parts that would be impossible through other molding technologies. Utilizing dip molding, large parts can be produced inexpensively that would cost tens of thousands of dollars in mold costs with other molding technologies.