Quality American plastic extrusion manufacturers
Plastic extrusion occurs by heating material and forcing it through a die, which shapes the plastic into a continous shape that hardens during cooling. After the plastic material is cooled, these continuous linear products can be cut to length. The extrusion process is ideal when a variety of lengths of the same shape are needed. If multiple materials are needed to produce a product, then a co-extrusion process can be used.
This process enables manufacturers to efficiently produce a high volume of plastic with the same shape at different lengths while minimizing design and setup costs. Products produced via plastic extrusion include deck railings, drinking straws, industrial piping, medical device tubing, vinyl siding, and wire insulation.
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Our custom plastic extrusions for industrial and commercial markets range from in-process pouch carriers for the food packaging industry to binder clips for the office supply industry to components used for water filtration. We do not limit ourselves by focusing on a particular industry because our capabilities can meet any need for a continuous plastic part. By way of examples, we manufacture Pl...Read more
Our pledge is to satisfy our customers' needs through uncompromising professionalism, attention to detail and unequaled performance. We are constantly striving to improve all areas of our business in an effort to provide you with service above your requirements.
We’ve developed new eco-friendly materials and services to accommodate our customers ever changing requirements. Most importantly, we’ve learned how to build strong customer relationships. Besides being courteous and friendly, we deliver effective, efficient help. We work with you to provide a viable, lasting product for the marketplace.
In 1950 our parent company was founded. Tsuchiya Co. Ltd. of Nagoya, Japan, is a key supplier to many of the world’s leading manufacturers, including: Toyota Motor Corporation, Sanyo Electric, Kubota Corporation, and Hino Motors. In the late 1980’s, TASUS Corporation began its operations in Bloomington, Indiana, with the primary objective to supply automotive sub-components to the Midwest market....Read more
TSG Resolute has in-house capability to program our robots and to build all downstream tooling to support the implementation of new parts and programs, a system that is costly for many die cutters to implement. Utilizing robotic assembly technique and technology allows for a process that is inexpensive to implement and that can provide cost savings to the OEM.
UP&R has acquired several competitors and actively seeks new consolidation opportunities; makes consistent, disciplined capital expenditures; expanded its US factories; and targets continuous improvement via Six Sigma, Kaizen, and the practice of 5S.
Our Loves Park, IL facility is located 90 miles from both Chicago and Milwaukee, and serves customers throughout the Midwest. We utilize modern CNC machines operated by experienced machinists. We are experts at producing close-tolerance plastic parts made from dozens of engineering plastics. Our quality control system ensures product consistency and traceability. Whether you need machined or mold...Read more
Tim has many years of operations management experience, with the majority of those in well-known worldwide companies including: Kohler, Newell/Rubbermaid and Fiskars as well as a lesser known successful plastics facility. He has experience in all areas of operations management such as divisional director of engineering, facilities manager, and GM. He has lead and developed successful teams in the...Read more
Alpine backs up their technology with the most experienced, proficient and dedicated technical service team in the industry led by Bob Hitchins and Jay Ragusa along with Tom O'Connor, Dana Zawada, Steve Shade, Don Brown, Rick Cormier, Keith Vanne, Tim Hales, Kevin Raynard, Ryan O’Grady, Ryan Bates, & Devin Allard. This talented group provides the most competent technical service and support for B...Read more
That's why our experienced and knowledgeable staff pays close attention to your specified application variables, helping you choose the best polymer and manufacturing processes available based on physical, chemical and thermal requirements. We can formulate and test custom compounds to deliver specialized performance that no off-the-shelf product can match. That's why major OEMs look to us for ea...Read more
Some of our products are now in the National Air and Space Museum and the U.S. Air Force Museum. The owners all have engineering degrees and hold several patents. We have applied our experience to produce the best skylights available, let us put our know-how to work for you or your company.
Polyzen specializes in contract manufacturing of components and assemblies from medical-grade polymers, but our complete services and capabilities go far beyond. Our diverse team of experts supports our clients from initial ideation through design and development, prototyping, design for manufacturability, and testing. Following regulatory clearance, we provide small and large-scale manufacturing...Read more
Our promise to you is to extrude your custom extruded part to meet your specifications and the highest quality standards – supported by amazing customer service from your first call through delivery. We are proud of our reputation for delivering on that promise, and the fact that most of our clients become repeat clients and partners. Call today to see how we can partner with you.
SMI is best known for our gaskets, seals, tapes, and precision die cuts, using materials ranging from sponge or rubber to high-performance elastomers, foams, films, plastics and pressure sensitive adhesives. We work closely with our clients to prototype and manufacture custom applications, whether you need a simple cushion or adhesive tape, or high-performance gaskets, seals, insulators or therma...Read more
In 2001, we introduced our production welders the FC Series. These state-of-the-art welders offer users additional control and ease of use, along with the safety features that have become a Seelye trademark. Like our Model 63 series, the FC Series has three heating element wattages, 400 watt, 500 watt (standard), and 650 watt. Most thermoplastics will only require the 500 watt heating element, bu...Read more
Wabash got its start as an injection molder producing parts for our sister company, Cresline Plastic Pipe Co., and quickly branched out to injection mold parts for other OEMs. As our expertise and experience grew, we continued to invest in injection molding technologies such as 2K / multi-shot molding, gas assist, and automation. Today, Wabash Plastics has over 58 injection molding machines, many...Read more
We take pride in being the renowned leader in the field of fabricated and machined plastic parts. That's why we continue to reinvest in keeping our company on the cutting edge in the industry, by integrating leading customer service with advanced processes. We offer our customers a wide selection of services to make sure that their projects meet their desired goals. From unparalleled product qual...Read more
Prior to starting AGAPE, David had spent 21 years at a local belt/hose distributor working his way up to a sales position. David noticed that while they did a few gaskets for their belt and hose customers, it was only a small value added service. The company he worked for was not really set up to make gaskets and therefore were not very good at it.