Dip Molding and Foam Extrusion Capabilities

In-house material lab aids our chemists in creating new materials for the ever changing needs of our customers.

Dip Molding over 100 grips in a single machine cycle creates efficiencies not found in other grip manufacturing processes.

At the heart of GripWorks lies its state-of-the-art dip molding and foam extrusion facilities.

As part of the Sinclair & Rush family of companies, GripWorks has access to the engineering, material development, high speed equipment, and technologically advanced production machinery that have made this company the largest dip molding operation in the world. GripWorks pioneered the double dip molding process that revolutionized the grip industry and now offers more sizes, styles, and material choices than anyone in the world.

GripWorks was also a pioneer in the foam grip market when they took the big step to become the first manufacturer to perform both the foam extrusion and secondary conversion of foam grips. A decade later, the innovative spirit continues as new products like Resilience have been introduced to meet the growing need for extremely durable foam grips.

Of course, manufacturing capabilities go hand in hand with design and the engineering team also sets GripWorks apart form the competition. Specializing in developing custom grips, this experienced design team combines their knowledge of ergonomics with the vast selection of grip materials and styles to offer customers unique solutions for their grip application needs. With CAD capabilities and an in-house mold fabrication facility, our team manufactures the highest quality grips, delivered on time at a competitive price.

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