ICOMold provides custom plastic injection molding, CNC machining of plastic and metal, and urethane casting to customers worldwide in a variety of industries. We specialize in high-quality, low-cost custom plastic parts with a fast turnaround. Whether you only need a single prototype, or tens of thousands of plastics parts, we've got the right manufacturing process to accommodate your part quantity. We have the only 30-second quotation system in the entire plastic injection molding industry.
ICOMold provides high-quality, low-cost custom plastic injection molds and parts for a variety of industries. Our online mold quote system allows you to get your quote faster, then you can use the online system to track your project from launch to completion. From prototype or low-volume custom... Read More
ICOMold’s multi-axis CNC milling machines can produce highly complex CNC parts & CNC prototype parts quickly. The CNC prototype parts can be at your doorstep within just a couple of days. Whether your machined CNC prototype parts are for testing or a finished CNC plastic product to be sold to... Read More
ICOMold can insert metal, ceramic or plastic pieces into molten thermoplastic. The inserts can be threaded or other attachments to join custom parts to one another. Insert molding can reduce cost by embedding secondary plastic parts into the molding process, as opposed to installing the inserts... Read More
Urethane casting can be ideal for quantities up to about 25 parts, and it has several advantages over other plastic manufacturing processes like injection molding and additive manufacturing (3D printing). Read more
There are many synthetic polymers available today, each with its own unique properties. Some are more impact-resistant than others, some have more UV resistance, and some bend more rather than break. Anyone starting a custom plastic injection molding project should have initial discussions with... Read more
Before the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century, skilled workers made custom, one-of-a-kind products that we’d call “designer” today. Then of course came mass production - new manufacturing methods that standardized products and made them faster and more efficiently than making them by hand. Read more