Punching out recesses
This is done to remove certain parts from a dip-moulded product. This is important, for example, to ensure that the dip-moulded product can attach to the end product. Cut-outs can be punched in all kinds of shapes, such as rectangles, triangles, o-shapes to w-shapes and slots.
For some parts, a fitting mould is used for this, for example for a fire brigade cutter. For other parts, the finishing points are incorporated into the dipping mould, making it easy to identify the cut-out locations immediately after the dipping process.