are the most basic of the machine styles. The In-Line Machine processes
a single frame of tooling through the dip molding process. As a
"low volume" machine, it is ideal for custom parts, prototyping,
products requiring finishing, and low volume runs. The major components
include an oven, a transfer rack, up to three dip stations, a quench
station, and a mold release station. These components function to
complete the dip molding process, and are controlled by PLC or PC
control for precise repeatability.
of the In-Line Machine:
Minimum capital investment, requiring only a single oven and
Ability to use a wide range of materials such as foams and fills
to produce a wide range of products and sizes.
Variables on this machine are almost perfectly scaleable to
other MCT machines, for effective prototyping: It is an awesome
See also Rotary,
Advanced, and Dual-Path