Fabricating High Performance Plastics Through Injection Molding and More
Ensinger Precision Components is a leader in plastic manufacturing and serves as the North American injection molding hub for Ensinger Inc. Beyond offering injection molding services for high performance and engineering thermoplastic components and stock shapes, Ensinger Precision Components also provides essential finishing capabilities and value-adding secondary operations while adhering to strict quality control standards.
Plastic Manufacturing Services You Can Rely On
With Ensinger Precision Components, customers also gain access to a host of additional plastic manufacturing services and techniques. Some of our Advanced Manufacturing services include (but are not limited to):
- Annealing and post curing
- Boring and broaching
- Heat staking
- Component assembly services
- Drilling, tapping, reaming, milling
- Ultrasonic welding
With dedicated CNC lathes and machining centers, Ensinger Precision Components provides extensive finishing capabilities including turning, milling, and drilling. Some markets — such as aerospace, defense, medical, oil and gas — require tight tolerances. Tight tolerances are not always achievable with injection molding alone, but with CNC machining, we can adhere to the tightest tolerance requirements. Cobots are also deployed for CNC machine tending.
Using a wide-ranging selection of high-performance plastics, customers are able to utilize our state-of-the-art injection molding facility in Putnam, Connecticut to find optimal solutions. With 40 to 500-ton injection molding machines, variable shot sizes (0.5 ounces to 80 oz.), horizontal insert molding, over-molding, custom automation, and more, Ensinger Precision Components is the North American plastic manufacturing provider capable of doing it all. Our additional equipment includes automation implementation with Cartesian robots for use on Wittman presses and Flexible Universal Robots, and auxiliary equipment such as dryer banks, high temperature oil heaters, and ovens for both annealing and curing.