Injection Molding… It’s what we do.
Leveraging 90 years of experience inventing 21st century solutions.
Seeking custom molding capabilities? Does your project require a specific molding process? Are you considering the injection molding process to manufacture your product?
As a custom molder, Ferriot works with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to bring new products to life. With a clamping force of 40 to 2,200 tons, our capacity ranges from small parts weighing a few grams to those weighing 20 pounds. Injection Molded Parts can be simple or complex geometries for both large and small products.
The measure of Ferriot’s true capacity is in our institutional expertise in resin selection to support innovative solutions. Our seasoned engineering team designs custom solutions that didn’t exist yesterday—except in the minds of our customers. Ferriot’s experienced engineers are here to guide you through every critical step in your injection molding journey, from concept to completion. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to Contact Us.
- Expertise in a wide range of molding disciplines - optimizes production
- 24-hour in-plant mold repair & maintenance - reduces downtime
- Statistical Process Controls - consistent quality
- Automation and Customized work cells - improve efficiencies
- American Original Shake and Scallop Siding
- Proprietary Line of Polypropylene Shake Siding
- Private label manufacturing with custom colors
- Superior Quality and Performance that is proudly Made in the USA
- Structural Foam
- Gas Assist
- Insert Molding
- Over Molding
- Straight Injection
Injection Molding: Educational Resources
Injection molding is a highly-engineered process that demands careful planning and attention to detail if your finished product is to achieve its full potential. This handbook will help you understand the most important aspects about working with injection molding contract manufacturers so you can work together to make the best possible decisions throughout the product design and development process.
We have the ability to use five different injection molding technologies for a project. But how do you know which is the best for your project? This worksheet walks you through the different injection molding technologies and points you towards the best fit.
With injection molding, a variety of factors affect a part’s final cost, including part design, production time, the temperature and pressure used, and the type of plastic resin chosen. However, there are bigger issues to consider long before your part is in the mold. This guide addresses specific ways you can trim costs as you embark on your next custom injection molding project.