molding entails recreating a mold of an actual part or object instead
of adding on a new surface to a part or product as in dip and powder
coating. Immersing a heated dipping form in liquid plastisol makes
a molded part or form. Once fused, the part is stripped from the
mold creating a hollow plastic form that will slide over an object
to protect and insulate it. This process is ideally suited for slip-ons,
handgrips, end caps, electrical guards, underground apparatus, boat
lifts, and dock caps. A variety of textures and durometers are available.
Choose from a wide spectrum of colors. Dip moldings are UV resistant.
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