Plastic-injection molding is the preferred process for manufacturing plastic parts, as it is ideal for producing high volumes of low-cost plastic parts with high tolerance precision, repeatability and little to no finishing required. Customers can choose from a vast selection of thermoplastics and thermosets that best suit their needs for strength and function. We’ve worked with many types of resins, including:
- Acrylonitrile-Butadine-Styrene (ABS)
- Liquid crystal polymer
- Long-fiber reinforced plastics
- Noryl (PPO and PS)
- PC, PET, PE, PPS, PP, PS, PU, PBT, PEI, Peek and PTE
- Rigid and soft PVC
In addition to injection-molded parts, we can provide compression-, blow- and roto-molded items.
Plastic finishes include:
- Metallization (chrome, gold, silver)
- Painting (hand, screen, automated)
- Vacuum plating
- Custom texturing
Molded Natural Rubber/Elastomer Parts
Rubber-molded parts are available through either the injection or compression molding processes. Rubber injection molding offers many of the same benefits as plastic-injected parts: low cost and high volume with minimal finishing. Compression molding, however, is particularly advantageous for large, fairly intricate parts.