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Plastic Grip Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of plastic grip manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source plastic grip manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate plastic grip companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture plastic grips for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading plastic grip manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for vinyl caps, plastic end caps, or plastic dip coating services.

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Looking for quality plastic grips? Call U.S. Plastic Coatings! We are equipped with the skill and technology you want for all your dip molding needs. You may order stock or custom moldings. We offer custom moldings in unusual shapes, 30+ colors and all textures and hardness levels. Plastic grips can be made using either single or multi-dipping, depending on the wall thickness and heaviness you seek. We match to FDA/USP/UL automotive standards and design to CAD/CAM, SPC/SQC to custom specs too!
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Precision Dip Coating works to bring quality coated and molded products that save you time, money and eliminate supply chain problems. For over 20 years, we've been making plastisol coatings using hot dip molding and coating, cold dip molding and coating, cast molding and rotational molding. Plastic grips are best made through dip molding. They can be as soft or hard as you need and of any texture, and we will also manufacture them in any color. Let us help you save today.
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Family owned and operated since 1958, Carlisle Plastics Company is an expert, ISO certified manufacturer of dip molding and coating products. Our stock items include dip molded plastic products, plastic caps, plastisol fittings and soft and rigid PVC profiles. You can get most of our standard sizes and shapes at no extra set-up or tooling costs! We will also engineer any custom design for you at our in-house tool shop. We offer stock and custom durometers and colors. Contact us to get started!
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Rubber & Plastics Company is here to assist you design and develop your prototype parts or mass produce dip molded or coated parts to meet your size, shape and material specifications. We can uniformly and accurately mold your product using plastic (PVC/plastisol), neoprene or natural rubber. Examples of products we produce are: plastic grips, shield wires and contacts, end caps and joystick boots. We've got over 60 years of experience to put towards your dip molding project. Call us today!
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Need dip molding? Call Innovative Coating for the in-house tooling, fabrication and production of your dip molded application. Dip molding is valued for its easy machining, low cost and diverse applications. The non-slip, cushioned feel of dip molded products is perfect for plastic handles. Our dip molded products can meet many requirements, including color matching, finish durometer, mil-spec, non-toxicity, FDA and medical approval grades. Let the problem solvers at ICI take on your challenge!
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At Texas Dip Molding & Coating, we're excited to apply our 40+ years of experience in dip molding and coating to your application, whatever your industry. PVC dip molding is a perfect low-cost alternative that offers an attractive look and design as a covering or protective layer, like end caps, plastic handles, duct connectors, etc. Texas Dip will manufacture your stock or custom item with efficiency and the high quality craftsmanship for which we're known. Call us! You'll be glad you did.
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Plastic Grips

Most hand tools, power tools and even firearms have a uniquely molded plastic grip that the user can grasp to comfortably and firmly use their product. This grip is engineered to fit with the overall design of the product and can be attached with screws, blots, an adhesive, or molded directly onto the tool itself during the final stages of production. Before these plastic grips are fitted to a product, they need to be manufactured in a factory using a molding process that shapes them to the exact specifications of the new product. Grips can be manufactured using different methods and in a variety of colors and styles to suit the needs of their final application.

Some grips are dip molded, meaning the object that the grip is being used on is dipped directly into a solution and then removed; creating a plastic grip that adheres directly to the object. The object is heated before being dipped to make sure that the solution melts evenly to its surface. For some applications, plastic injection molding is used to inject heated plastic materials into a mold that forms the material into the exact shape of the grip that is being created. The plastic is removed from the mold once is has had time to cool down and set in shape. This creates a high tolerance product that needs little or no finish work after being removed from the mold. Some grips are flexible and soft to help with hand comfort, particularly on tools like a hammer that someone might be holding for an extended period of time. Nubbed grips have a series of raised nubs that create a space for each finger of your hand to wrap around the contours of the grip firmly.

Beside tools, one very common application of plastic grips can be found on most bicycle handles. The metal bars of bicycles are usually fitted with grips that slide on to the bar and offer extra grip and comfort for the person riding the bike. End caps are fitted to the end of the bars where the grips stop to prevent them from sliding off the handle bars over time.

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