Secondary Processes


When you request a quote for a custom plastic injection moulding project, you have additional options for your plastic parts. We also offer additional, value-added services to help you get your parts finished, assembled, and even packaged, so you can receive your product in a form that’s ready to go to market. Some of these services include:


Ultrasonic Welding:  Our ultrasonic welding process uses high frequency mechanical sound waves (ultrasonics) to create molecular heat between thermoplastic materials so the plastic will melt and form a molecular bond between the parts to join two parts together. 

Hot Plate Welding: Our hot plate welder uses a heated platen to melt the joining surfaces of the two halves of a thermoplastic part. Hot plate welding allows precise control of the melt temperature, excellent weld strength, and the ability to weld larger, complex parts together. 

Heat Pressing: Metal inserts can be placed into plastic parts post-moulding by using heat and pressing the inserts into the parts. 

Heat Staking: This process joins two parts by inserting the boss of one part into a hole in the other part and deforming the stud with heat to mechanically lock the parts together. 

Post-Moulding Machining: Additional CNC machining operations done after the plastic injection moulding process is completed. 

Pad Printing & Silk Screening: Our capabilities include printing custom-colored graphics on parts for purposes like branding, labeling and part number identification. 

Assembly:  We can take the parts we make for you, as well as additional supplied parts, and assemble them for you.  

Packaging:  Once we have produced your parts, we can assemble and package them into clamshell/blister packs, boxes, insert header cards, etc. Your product can be packaged and ready to sell once it reaches you.