One manufacturing process which uses stainless steel hypodermic tubing is applying enamel to pressed metals. The recesses created from metal stamping can be filled in with colored enamel and baked. Hypodermic tubing allows precise measurements of liquid enamel in order to ensure the correct color and amount of enamel are applied to each location within the stamped area.
Stainless Steel Hypodermic Tubing Can Be Used for Manual and Automated Delivery Processes
There are different options and methods available for using stainless steel hypodermic tubing for manufacturing processes. You could use the tubing as part of a needle assembly and attach it to a bottle or syringe for manual applications. Bottles and syringes often have marked measurements on the sides so you are able to determine the correct level of adhesive, glue, enamel or other liquid to apply. Tubing can also be attached to automated delivery systems where a computer controls the amount of liquid to release as parts and components pass down an automated assembly line.