Capabilities & Services

St Louis Area Custom Plastic Injection Mold Manufacturer

The Toolroom has been a St Louis area custom plastic injection mold manufacturer for more than 40 years with a diverse portfolio of different plastic injection mold types.

Our experts understand the ever-changing landscape of the mold making market as well as the need to offer our clients competitive pricing, service, and quality. Although we prefer that every tool is built in the United States, we provide our clients the option to have their plastic injection molds built offshore. The Toolroom is proud of the close relationships we have formed with offshore suppliers and we guarantee our involvement every step of the way to ensure that client and quality requirements are met.

Types of Custom-Built Plastic Molds:

  • Unscrewing Molds
  • Two Shot Molds
  • Prototype Molds
  • Multi-Cavity Molds
  • Insert Molds
  • Stack Molds

Markets Served:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Aerospace
  • Defense
  • Consumer Products
  • Automotive

What Makes our Molds Different
Custom plastic injection molding is one of our specialties and we take it a step further by actually create molds. Our partnership guides customers through every step of the process from design to fabrication and quality control, all aspects of industrial plastic mold production that are critical to today’s product standards. We crate additional value for our plastics injection customers with our mold refurbishing services. Ready to check on the cost of custom plastic injection molds? Get in touch with us about your project and we’ll send you pricing on custom molds!

Custom Plastic and Rubber Molds
Whether you need us to make a custom rubber or plastic mold or you already have a mold, The Toolroom can also mold your rubber or plastic parts. The Toolroom has been in the business of creating custom injection molds for more than four decades and can help take your product and create a custom injection mold for it. No job is too big or too small for The Toolroom. When you are creating a custom rubber or plastic part, you need a mold for that part, and we can work with you to create that mold. Custom injection molding is one of our specialties and we create custom molds right here on site.

We have created custom molds for a variety of industries, including the medical, dental, aerospace, defense, consumer products and automotive industries. Even if your custom molding need doesn’t fit into one of these industries we can work with you to create your custom rubber or plastic part mold.

I Already Have an Injection Mold
Ready to get those plastic parts made? You’re probably looking for our plastic injection molding department, a part of our business specifically focused on injection molding services.

New Mold Creation Process
It’s exciting to have a new mold or tool created. We here at The Toolroom love creating new molds and tools. If you have a mold or a tool you want to have created, here are the steps we take in the process to create a new mold or part.

  1. You send us a 3D CAD model of the molded part you want a mold or tool for, along with the requirements for the mold such as annual volume, steel requirements, the number of cavities the mold or tool will have, and any other requirements. Requirements vary from mold to mold and tool to tool, so please contact us to find out what other requirements we would need from you to create your new mold or tool.
  2. Next we provide you with a quote. Once the order is placed, we begin work on the design and will create a 3D CAD model to ensure the design of the tool is correct in meeting your requirements.
  3. Since we want to ensure a quality experience each step of the way, we usually hold one or two design reviews with you to ensure the mold or tool design meets your expectations and requirements.
  4. As soon as you approve of the design, we begin an iterative process of manufacturing the mold or tool. Depending on your preference, the mold is built.
  5. Once the mold build is completed, the mold is sampled or trialed, which means we mold a few parts. Essentially, we take the mold for a trial run.
  6. During the first trial run, the mechanics of the mold are verified. At the same time, we inspect and measure the parts from the first sampling and compare it to your part dimensional requirements to make sure the part is correct. If we find issues with the mold mechanics or part dimensionals, we fix them and run a second sampling or trial. We continue this iterative process as many times as necessary to get the mold correct.

We strive for quality work and customer satisfaction so during or after the samplings and trials, we invite you to our shop to approve the mold in person.

Are you ready to create a new mold or tool? Contact us today at (573) 437-4154 or request a quote and we will be happy to talk to you about creating your mold or tool.

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