Rotational molding, also called rotomolding or rotocasting
, is a technique to produce hollow parts without weld-lines.
By using highly developed processes which include reactive injection moulding (RIM), vacuum & pressure casting, rotocasting
and centrifugal methods, it offers a service second to none for either rapidly supplied prototypes or increasingly, low volume production runs.
Rotational molding (also referred to as rotomolding, rotational casting, or rotocasting
) is a low-shear technology to produce seamless, stress free, one-piece hollow products (1).
The Rotakote Gravure Cylinder System is sold under license by Edwards/ Dow Hyperlast, and OMS has supplied three-component CAL Series low-pressure metering units and rotocasting
machinery for two such projects.
Rotational molding, also known as rotomolding or rotocasting
, is a high-temperature low-pressure plastic forming process that uses heat and biaxial rotation to pro duce hollow parts.
The new release can be used in rotocasting
, compression molding, RTM, and open molding of parts with primer gel coat or no gel coat.