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Injection Molding Services

Frigate specializes in creating highly customized, on-demand prototype or production molds tailored to a diverse array of industries, from automotive to medical devices. Our offerings include a wide selection of materials, polishes, surface textures, and colors, ensuring your components meet both functional and aesthetic requirements.

What We Do

Our Injection Molding Offerings

Our experienced engineers build custom molds tailored to your specific needs. We offer various molding options to suit your project requirements.

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Advanced Capabilities & Applications

Advanced Machinery and Diverse Material Capabilities for Exceptional Outcomes

At Frigate, we harness cutting-edge Toshiba and STM machines, ranging from 100 to 775 tons, to ensure precise and efficient manufacturing processes. Our state-of-the-art equipment empowers us to work with a diverse array of materials, including Nylon, ABS, Polycarbonate, and engineering-grade polymers, among others. 

Whether it’s small medical inserts or large automotive and defense parts, our machinery and material capabilities enable us to cater to a wide range of needs. We specialize in engineering-grade polymers, utilizing advanced techniques to achieve intricate shapes and contours with precision. 

Injection Molding

Our Business Verticals

Automotive Parts Manufacturing

Consumer Electronics

Medical Device Industry

Packaging and Containers

Construction Materials

Aerospace Components

Household Goods and Appliances

Toys and Games

Injection Molding Process

Our injection molding process begins with meticulous material preparation, followed by melting and injection into precision-crafted molds made from steel or aluminum. As the molten plastic cools and solidifies, it takes the shape of the desired part. Throughout this streamlined process, we uphold strict quality control measures to ensure each component meets our high standards for accuracy and durability.

After thorough inspection, the finished parts are expertly packaged and delivered to our clients, guaranteeing reliable and timely service. 

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Leverage Our Injection Molding Expertise for Flawless Part Production

At Frigate, we go beyond simply quoting your project. Our certified injection molding experts meticulously review your drawing and 3D files. We then engage in a collaborative consultation to ensure your design specifications translate perfectly into high-quality, functional parts. We analyze your design for optimal production and part quality, including, 

  • Machinability (part size, tolerances) 
  • Material selection 
  • Functionality (surface finishes, draft angles) 
  • Cost-effectiveness (undercuts, wall thickness, radii) 
Packaging and Containers

Versatile Materials for Superior Moulding

At Frigate, we utilize a diverse range of materials to meet the unique needs of our clients, 

  • Noril 30% GF
  • Nylon 30% GF
  • ABS
  • Polycarbonate
  • Nylon 66
  • Engineering
  • Grade Polymers


With our expertise in injection molding, we can mold a variety of products and parts, ranging from small medical inserts to large automotive and defense components. 


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Injection Molding Materials

Dive into the realm of injection molding, where molten polymers take shape with precision and speed. With state-of-the-art technology and expert craftsmanship, we turn raw materials into finished products with unmatched efficiency and quality. Experience the power of injection molding and unlock endless possibilities for your manufacturing needs.

Rigid Plastic Materials

ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)

High-strength general-purpose engineering plastic, used for many commercial products.

Copper 101

Copper C110

Copper C932

Copper 260

Copper 360

Nitronic 60 (218 SS)

Stainless Steel 15-5

Stainless Steel 17-4

Stainless Steel 18-8

Stainless Steel 303

Stainless Steel 316/316L

Stainless Steel 416

Stainless Steel 410

Stainless Steel 420

Stainless Steel 440C

Steel 1018

Steel 1215

Steel 4130

Steel 4140

Steel 4140PH

Steel 4340

A2 Tool Steel

O1 Tool Steel

Titanium (Grade 2)

Titanium (Grade 5)

Zinc Alloy

Plastic CNC Machining Materials


High-strength engineering plastic used for many commercial products.

A clear glass-like plastic. Good wear and tear properties. Great for outdoor use.


Delrin 150

Delrin 100

Resin with good moisture resistance, high wear resistance, and low friction.

Garolite G10 (FR4)

Garolite G10 (non-FR)

Garolite G11 (FR5)

Constructed of an epoxy resin with fiberglass fabric reinforcement, also called epoxy-grade industrial laminate and phenolic, this material offers high strength and low moisture absorption.

High-density polyethylene is a moisture and chemical-resistant plastic with good impact strength. The material is outstanding for outdoor applications as well as watertight containers or seals.

Offers increased mechanical strength, rigidity, good stability under heat and/or chemical resistance.

With almost twice the tensile strength of ABS, polycarbonate has superior mechanical and structural properties. Used widely in automotive, aerospace, and other applications that require durability and stability.




Offering excellent tensile strength, PEEK is often used as a lightweight substitute for metal parts in high-temperature, high-stress applications. PEEK resists chemicals, wear, and moisture.

Has excellent electrical properties and little or no moisture absorption. It carries light loads for a long period in widely varying temperatures. It can be machined into parts requiring chemical or corrosion resistance.

This material surpasses most plastics when it comes to chemical resistance and performance in extreme temperatures. It resists most solvents and is an excellent electrical insulator.

Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene. A general-purpose material. It offers a unique combination of wear and corrosion resistance, low surface friction, high impact strength, high chemical resistance, and does not absorb moisture.

Polyvinyl chloride (Type 1) is a highly chemical-resistant synthetic plastic, PVC is commonly in environments exposed to liquids or requires electrical insulation.

ULTEM 1000

ULTEM 2300

ULTEM (Polyetherimide) is a stiff, robust, performance-grade thermoplastic that can operate continuously in high-temperature environments (up to 340°F). It has one of the highest dielectric strengths of commercially available thermoplastics, making it an excellent electric insulator. Since ULTEM is also resistant to chemicals, easily cleaned, and does not absorb moisture, it is often used for medical applications.

CNC Machining Finishes

Standard (As-Milled)

The finish option with the quickest turnaround. Machined parts are left with visible tool marks and potentially sharp edges and burrs, which can be removed upon request. CNC machining surface finish is comparable to 125 uin Ra finish.

The part surface is left with a smooth, matte appearance.

This is a batch-based process that tumbles vibrating media to remove sharp edges and burrs on CNC parts. Tumbling can remove machine marks on exterior surfaces. Parts over 8” may require a manual review.

Type II (MIL-A-8625, Type II) creates a corrosion-resistant finish. Parts can be anodized in different colors—clear, black, red, and gold are most common—and are usually associated with aluminum. Type III (MIL-A-8625, Type III, Class 1/2 “hardcoat”) is thicker and creates a wear-resistant layer in addition to the corrosion resistance seen with Type II. 

A surface finish for titanium per AMS-2488 Type 2 specification. Also called Tiodize, this finish increases fatigue strength and the wear resistance of a part. Titanium anodized parts are common in aerospace and medical device manufacturing. Non-pigmented titanium anodize finishes will dull shine.

A hard coat anodize process that embeds PTFE to create a self-lubricating, dry contact surface with Type 3 hard coat’s protective properties. This finish can be used on aluminum alloys or titanium and increases the service life of the product. This finish conforms to the AMS-2482 Type 1 Hard Coat Anodizing with Teflon (Non-Dyed).

Provides corrosion resistance and good conductivity properties. Can be used as a base for paint. Can leave surface yellow/gold. Adds very little thickness, about 0.00001”-0.00004”. Chem film will conform to MIL-DTL-5541, TYPE I/II.

Improves corrosion resistance for 200 and 300 series and precipitation hardened corrosion-resistant steels. Thickness is negligible, about 0.0000001”. Conforms to ASTM A967, AMS-QQ-P-35, MIL-STD-171, ASTM A380, or AMS 2700.

This process is where powdered paint is sprayed onto a part and baked in an oven. This creates a strong, wear- and corrosion-resistant, more durable layer than standard painting methods. A wide variety of colors are available to create the desired aesthetic.

An electrochemical process cleans steel parts to reduce corrosion and improve appearance, by making the metal brighter. Removes about 0.0001”-0.0025” of the metal. Conforms to ASTM B912-02.

Provides uniform nickel coating which offers protection from corrosion, oxidation, and wear on irregular surfaces. The finished part will be brighter. Thickness starts at .0001”. Conforms to MIL-C-26074.

Silver offers high solderability and electrical conductivity but is susceptible to tarnish. Conforms to AMS QQ-S-365D. Thickness is about 0.00002” – 0.0003.”

Gold Plating provides good corrosion and tarnish resistance with excellent solderability. Default application specification is MIL-G-45204 and ASTM B488, CLASS 00, 0, OR 1. Thickness is about 0.00002″ – 0.00005.”

Provides uniform zinc coating which offers protection from corrosion, oxidation, and wear on irregular surfaces. Conforms to ASTM B633-15.

Frigate Approach

Why choose Frigate?

Experience precision, reliability, and efficiency with Frigate’s injection molding services. Trust us to deliver superior quality components tailored to your specifications, from material selection to final delivery. Contact us today to discuss your project needs and discover how Frigate can support your manufacturing requirements with excellence. 

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Which Molding Process Is Best?

There are three primary procedures to consider when plastic injection molding: hybrid, electric, and hydraulic. Speak with a qualified engineer for advice on the best course of action for your project. 

Let Frigate help you determine the volume of your project. Our plant specializes in low, intermediate, and high-volume injection molding to meet the demands of different projects. 

Since precise molds are the main manufacturing expense, it is imperative to invest in high-quality steel molds. Frigate guarantees long-lasting molds that provide great return on investment. 

  1. Eliminate Undercuts. 
  2. Simplify Features. 
  3. Employ Core Cavity Approach. 
  4. Minimize Cosmetic Finishes. 
  5. Design Self-Mating Parts. 
  6. Optimize Mold Reuse. 
  7. Prioritize DFM Analysis. 
  8. Utilize Multi-Cavity Molds. 
  9. Assess Part Size. 

Optimize your mold costs with these strategic approaches for efficient and cost-effective production. 

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818, Preakness lane, Coppell, Texas, USA – 75019

Registered Office

23, 6th West Street, Balaji Nagar, Kattur,  Pappakuruchi, Tiruchirappalli-620019, Tamil Nadu, India.

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