Dip cap molding processes and dip clamp coating processes are the twin pillars of Aiko Clamp (Dalian) basic production technologies.Although many part design engineers are familiar with plastic injection molded parts and rubber molded parts, few engineers understand the dip production characteristics that result in easy start-up and low prototyping costs.The dip caps which combine a variety of functions such as insulation, protection, and decoration are extremely diverse. We aim for large reductions in cost through the use of inexpensive, multi-functional PVC. PVC is a material that plays a large role in our daily lives,
Please consider taking another look at PVC dip caps. In the past, PVC dip caps were widely used as insulating caps in many industries.As new production equipment and technologies were developed, and as advances were made in a variety of plastic injection molding and automation technologies, dip caps were largely forgotten in the design concepts of production engineers.Aiko Clamp (Dalian) proudly declares itself a company which has dip production technologies.
The Aiko Clamp (Dalian) standard parts listed below continue to be essential parts worldwide for the automobile industry and for the home appliances and OA device industries. “Dust amassed will make a mountain!” This is the business spirit of Dalian Aiko.
Dip molding is a process in which aluminum or brass male molds are produced and immersed in a room-temperature resin paste, creating products formed from the PVC coating on the surface of the molds.Some molded products require some cutting or other machining after dipping.
1.Insulating sleeves for crimped terminals
5.Electric wire terminal caps