On demand manufacturing in India.

Injection Moulding Services


Frigate provides highly customised services with developing on-demand prototype or production molds. We offer solutions for wide range of injection molded components to be used in automobiles to medical devices. With a variety of polishing, surface textures, colours & materials to choose from, Frigate has got you covered in aesthetics as well.

We take a customer-first approach to the parts the way you need them—without design compromises—at the right price point. Our team has experience in every industry.

Injection molding also has the highest variety of materials according to production quantity, colours, cosmetics, polishes, and surface textures when compared to CNC machining or even 3D printing.

The Frigate Comfort


With no hidden charges or payments upfront, we put the satisfaction of our customers as our prime focus.


We have a network of certified Tool Rooms and Production units, capable of manufacturing Automobile Parts to Medical Products.


An end-to-end solution for managing your project, inventory of components & logistics.

The Frigate Freedom


With our trustable network of Frigaters all your parts are manufactured with utmost care.


Let the quantity not stop you from reaching your goals. Frigate renders its services for all Projects irrespective of quantity needed.


With our completely transparent project management, tracking the real time status of the projects with Frigate is just one click away.

Why do we choose Frigate for Injection Molding?

Your product ideation, low production runs, validation and testing requirements can be fulfilled by our prototype injection molding.

Our Injection Molding Process

The raw plastic material is first melted in the injection unit and is then injected into the mold—most often machined from steel or aluminium — where it cools and solidifies into the final plastic part.

Certified Injection Molding Experts

Frigate review your online quotes and 3D File, then consult with you with the design specifications and we will start the process.

Frigate will analyse your design on following details with Design Guidelines

  • Max Part Size
  • Tolerances
  • Materials
  • Surface Finishes
  • Draft
  • Undercuts
  • Wall Thickness
  • Radii

Frigate molds a variety of products and parts from the smallest medical insert up to large automotive and defence parts.

Machine Specs
  • Toshiba Machine - 100 Ton
  • Toshiba Machine - 150 Ton
  • STM Machine - 130 Ton
  • STM Machine - 250 Ton
  • STM Machine - 400 Ton
  • STM Machine - 775 Ton
  • Mould Size upto 1000mm x 950mm
All kind Components can be manufactured.
  • Noril 30% GF
  • Nylon 30% GF
  • ABS
  • Polycarbonate
  • Nylon 66
  • All type Engineering Grade Polymers

Frigate molds a variety of products and parts from the smallest medical insert up to large automotive and defence parts.

FAQ for

Frigate molds a variety of products and parts from the smallest to large at an affordable price.

  • There are a wide variety of plastic injection molding processes to choose from. Based on your project, you can choose from the following three processes: 1. Hydraulic. 2. Electric. 3. Hybrid. Even though the names of these primary methods hint on how they operate, it is advisable that one consults with a professional engineer to find out the best process to go with.
  • Frigate will help you determine the volume requirements for the project. Since injection volume shifts over time, it is important to have a professional injection molding manufacturer to work with. Frigate’s injection molding facility in Trichy will provide specialization in all these three volume classifications: 1. Low volume. 2. High volume. 3. Middle volume.
  • Aside from being one of the most obvious questions, it is also very important because the actual model represents the most significant expense in the entire production process. Individuals should consider working with precision molds made from high-quality steel because they last for years.
  • 1. Eliminate Undercuts. 2. Get rid of Unnecessary Features. 3. Use a Core Cavity Approach. 4. Reduce Cosmetic Finishes and Appearances. 5. Design Self-Mating Parts. 6. Modify and Reuse Moulds. 7. Pay attention to DFM Analysis. 8. Use a Multi-Cavity or Family Mould. 9. Consider Part Size.
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