Plastic molded or cast parts have proven to be very beneficial. If you need to fill the “gap” until production tooling is completed, use multiple parts for testing, or protect critical areas (parts masking) of a sensitive part during a secondary operation, these molded or cast parts could be the answer.

Plastic Molding and Casting can be accomplished using several different methods. These methods have some similarities but also some differences that make them unique. Some of the processes include:

All of these processes are used to create relatively quick prototypes or short run production parts. Whether a specific material is desired for the final product, a certain number of parts, or a part that requires secondary processes, TECH, INC. will do all we can to ensure you get the product you desire.

These processes can provide low to moderate volumes of prototype parts that can be used for the following purposes:
  • Sales and marketing demos
  • Conceptual models
  • Durable representative and functional models
  • Pre-production parts
  • Investment cast patterns
  • Fill void between prototype and production
  • Rapid and inexpensive test assemblies, etc.
Materials – Contact TECH, INC. for suggestions
  • Soft flexible 15 Shore A elastomers to hard durable 90 Shore D thermosets
  • Cast-in custom coloring
  • Materials with UL ratings
  • Materials withstanding heat up to 220 degrees F