Injection Molded Parts Made in the USA
We will take your sketch, dimensioned drawing, prototype, part, or even idea and turn it into a 3D CAD Drawing. The CAD Drawing can then be utilized for presentation, prototyping, and tooling production.
Using a 3D CAD model we can make an accurately-scaled fully detailed prototype from our 3D printer. These machines build up parts layer by layer allowing you to have a part to examine in your hands and test for fit or function before committing to the cost of injection molding tooling.
Using a CAD model we machine injection molds for your parts. We eliminate unnecessary extras and use industry-standard inserts to ensure that you get a high-quality, low-cost, non-proprietary tool that can be used in injection molding facilities around the world.
Plus you own the tooling.
With injection molding machines ranging from 20 tons to 300 tons, we can accommodate injection molded parts from a few grams to sixteen ounces at our facility in Dallas, Texas. Using your existing injection mold or one we make for you, we can make as few or as many parts as you require in a wide variety of colors and materials.
We will take your sketch, drawing, or idea and produce injection molded parts. For exact pricing for your particular part(s), contact our sales team.
Epsilon Industries, Inc. is a manufacturer of simple injection molded parts. We turn your sketches, drawings, samples or 3D CAD files into usable production products for a fraction of conventional tooling costs. Our low prices are possible because we utilize high speed CNC machining centers to fabricate aluminum (or steel if required) inserts that work in our existing injection mold bases, eliminating much of the cost of producing a mold. We then mold as few or as many as required from your mold insert. We specialize in injection molded parts in many thermoplastic materials, including ABS, nylon, polypropylene, HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene), polycarbonate, and TPE (synthetic rubber) in the very shortest lead times. (2-8+ weeks depending on backlog). Expedited services (1-4 weeks) are also available.
You send us your idea and we send you injection molded parts.
Plus: You own the tooling!
For the most cost effective and timely response, we prefer a 3D CAD model of your part. If you do not already have a CAD model, then we can model your part as required. We will need a sketch, drawing, sample part or prototype.
Our tooling process is broken down into five levels, making it easy for you to identify pricing by the complexity of your parts.