Dip Coating and Molding

Our dip coating process is a fast and cost-effective method to apply a polymer coating to a device, implant, or mandrel. The process involves lowering the product into a liquid polymer solution and slowly removing it at a controlled speed. Dip coating is generally used in applications where a uniform coating thickness is being applied across the device or implant, and the thickness tolerance is less critical. We also manufacture polymer components or products through a dip molding process. This involves dipping a mandrel into the polymer solution and then removing the polymer coating from the mandrel once it has dried.

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