We love a challenge. Creating a custom molded cable assembly from a concept is our specialty. We partner with OEMs at the front end of development to create an overmolded cable assemblies that exceed expectations. Our team of R&D engineers work directly with our customers to develop working prototypes before low-high volume production. We have 39 dedicated insert molding machines and three automated wire cut/strip/terminating machines to bring your custom molded cable assembly to life. We also offer PCB fabrication, enclosures, and mating jacks.
Medical injection molding, insert, and over-molding, can be tricky if you don’t have the necessary tools or expertise. Lucky for you, we’re the experts you’ve been looking for. We have everything you need under one roof in Roanoke, Virginia, so you don’t have to do anything if you don’t want to - we can even ship your product directly to the end user.
For product modification and new product development, we design, prototype, and build components from 1 gram up to 5 pounds. Our injection molding machines range from 15 ton - 550 ton capabilities.
If your medical part needs to be molded or assembled in a cleanroom, we’ve got you covered. We are certified to ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 standards and offer cleanroom molding and assembly to ensure your product is manufactured in a controlled and clean environment. The cleanrooms are certified to ISO Class 7 standards for sterile barrier packaging and ISO Class 8 standards for molding.
Explore metal to plastic conversion and take advantage of our skills in thin-wall horizontal, vertical, and turret molding with engineered and commodity resins. Run your molds here! If you’re not happy with your current injection molder, move your molds here, and we’ll start production of your parts seamlessly. We offer small quantity runs- as few as 100 pieces. If you want to do a test run to examine your parts in person, we can help. Make design changes quickly with our on-site toolroom. Our experienced toolmakers are ready to alter molds and retrofit existing molds to create a superior product.