Quality Dip Molding of a Rubber Bellow
McCammon Engineering Corp., our family-owned and operated firm has become a leading provider of precision dip molding for rubber bellows to a wide variety of industries.
Because we have a stake in every part that leaves our premises, our customers rely on us to perform the precision dip molding of rubber bellows with unusual requirements and special features. For example, a customer asked us to manufacture a small bellow, complete with four convolutes. Not only is this bellow unusually small at 1.5" long and .70" wide, it also required both a rolled bead and a trimmed end.
We have close to 30 years of industry experience, and performed the precision dip molding as well as the bead rolling and pre-dry water bath/leach. We then followed up with curing, trimming and post-cure silicone tumbling as secondary processes. We also ensured the part, which is just .015" thick, met tolerances of ± 0.005". For more information on this precision dip molded rubber bellow, see the table below and contact us directly.
Highlights of a Precision Dip Molding Project
||This Small Bellow with 4 Convolutes is Used as a Dust Cover.|
|Dip Molding Capabilities Applied/Processes
Pre-Dry Water Bath/Leach
Post-Cure Silicone Tumbling
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
||Dip Machines, Industrial Ovens, Dip Tanks, Coagulant Tanks, Leach (water bath) Tanks, Trimming/Shears, Finishing Tumbler|
|Overall Part Dimensions
||1.50" Length x 0.70" Width|
||This Part Has a Rolled Bead on One End. The Other End has Been Trimmed. |
|In process testing/inspection performed
||500 per Year|
||Warwick, New York|
||Customer Specifications, 2D CAD Drawing|
First Article Inspection Report
|Why did you choose to showcase this Job?
||We Produce Many Variations of Small Bellows Similar to This One in Both Neoprene and Natural Latex. I Chose to Highlight this Product Because of the Rolled Bead, Trimmed End and the Small Size. |