dip mold

dip mold

[′dip ‚mōld]
(engineering)
A one-piece glassmaking mold with an open top; used to mold patterns.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Flexible Moldings, a division of Sinclair & Rush, can dip mold parts up to 24 inches long.
To unmold, quickly dip mold in hot water and remove yogurt (pry loose, if necessary).
To unmold, quickly dip mold in hot water;open and remove yogurt (pry loose, if needed).
To unmold, dip mold to just below rim in hottest tap water for about 30 seconds.
* Dip molded tubing for consistent interior dimensions, even flow, and the elimination of fittings and clamps.
in 2001 added to Kent's diversification and solidified their position as a major supplier of dip molded parts.
Experienced design personnel can provide solutions to most any dip molded product dilemma.
Homberg called one other cap supplier, StockCap, a division of Sinclair & Rush, Arnold, MO, who suggested a custom dip molded product.
The company's application experience includes thermal heat setting and thermoforming, curing rubber extrusions and polyurethane products, drying and curing consumer and medical grade dip molded latex and butyl rubber products, curing and bonding laminated products, curing powder coatings, and mold preheat and ABS cure ovens.
To unmold aspics, dip molds up to rim in very hot tap water just until edges begin to liquefy, then invert one out onto each dinner plate.
The acquisition of Precision Latex Products, Inc., in 2001 added to Kent's diversification and solidified their position as a major supplier of dip molded parts.
A comprehensive chart compares the physical properties of dip molded materials.