At our core we are a custom injection molding company. But we’re more than that… We provide a full range of services all in-house. We are able to assist in every aspect of your project from the design engineering through to finishing, kitting and assembly. Whether you need a prototype or a full run of finished products, we are here to get it done. With everything done in-house we keep quality and costs under control, giving our customers a competitive advantage.

In-House Design Engineering

Before manufacturing your part you need to have a solid design in place. Injection Molding Engineers are crucial to the product creation process. They assess the part design and make modifications and recommendations based on key product requirements including product usage and function.  Once this is completed, a plastic injection mold can be .

Plastic Injection Molding

A manufacturing process for forming objects, as of plastic or metal, by heating the molding material to a fluid state and injecting it into a mold. Injection molding is used for rapid prototyping, bridge tooling and low-volume production of up to 10,000+ parts. Choose from more than 100 thermoplastic resins as well as various metal and liquid silicone rubber (LSR) materials. Parts are available in a number of finishes and at a fraction of traditional molding costs.


Our tooling is done in house using the latest design software and CNC equipment for prototypes, prototype molds to high volume production molds. We provide customers with complete injection molding tooling services including modeling, design, mold flow analysis, fabrication, testing, documentation, and support.

Molds can be fabricated from aluminum, mild steel, or P20 tool steel depending on production volume and application. We make tooling for injection molds and compression molds and we have an in-house aluminum foundry for very large form tools.

Assembly And Packaging

We can assemble and package as a finished product or as a kit to be assembled on-site.

In-House Finishing

Pad printing, hydrographics, assembly, packaging and more.