Custom Thermoset Molding Services

At Quadra-Tek, we specialize in custom thermoset molding through compression and transfer molding processes. The combination of these materials and our thermoset molding processes allows us to manufacture components that are heat resistant, corrosion resistant, have low out gassing, can be formed into a variety of shapes and sizes, and have high strength characteristics. Thermoset materials are also extremely dimensionally stable allowing us to mold components with tolerance as low as ±.0005”.



For more information on all of our custom injection molding capabilities see the table below or contact us directly.


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Thermoset Molding- Capabilities


Shot Size Up to 16 oz.
Clamping Force 50 – 150 tons
Tolerance (+/-) As low as ± .0005″
·         Phenolics
·         Bulk Molding Compounds (BMC)
·         Silicone Rubber
·         Buna-N Rubber
·         Diallyl Phthalate (DAP)
·         Epoxy
·         Polyesters
·         + More Upon Request
Mold Process Type Transfer                      Compression                     Insert Molding
Secondary Processes
Ultrasonic Welding
Post Bake
Additional Services
Product Development
Mold Maintenance
Typical Tooling Lead Time 4 to 8 weeks
Typical Production Lead Time 4 to 6 weeks
Typical Production Volume
1 to 5,000 units  
Quick mold change
Real Time Scheduling
Preventative maintenance on tooling and machines

Some Past and Present Customers:

Allied Signal Aerospace – Atlantic Inertial Systems, Inc. – BAE Systems

Baxter Healthcare Corporation – Bayer Diagnostics Corporation – Chiron Diagnostics Corporation

Dare Electronics, Inc. – Digital Equipment – Eldec Corporation – Eveready Battery

Gates Mectrol, Inc. – General Electric Company – Goodrich Corporation – Hamilton Standard

Harris Corporation – Honeywell – IBM – ITT – Lockheed Sanders – Magnavox Electronics

Northrop Corporation – Osram – Sylvania, Inc. – Saab Diagnostics – Sensata Corporation

Siemens Diagnostics – S.P.C.O. – Texas Instruments – Textron Defense Systems

Thermo Fisher Scientific – Unison Industries