Tooling is an integral part of producing a product. Our tools are designed to ensure adequate cycle times, part strength, cosmetic requirements, and tooling life. By utilizing our advanced mold flow analysis and computerized simulations, our team of engineers can identify any problems prior to cutting steel. This allows us to stay on schedule so we can bring your product to market quickly and efficiently.



We have an international team of  engineers, designers, and manufacturing professionals with decades of combined experience in the tool making process.

During the manufacturing process having the right tools and equipment in place is extremely important. If the tools aren’t designed properly, products are not manufactured correctly or to specification. For this reason it is essential to have the highest quality tools, dies, and molds to manufacture with accuracy and longevity. Our team’s presence in Asia allows us to carefully assess part files, perform DFM, and iron out any potential design flaws before commencing work, avoiding costly errors and delays.


  • Tooling Design
  • Injection Molding
  • LSR Molding
  • Blow Molding

Tooling Design Process

Every tool requires a certain amount of design consideration before it can be built. The more complex the tool, the more forethought that needs to go into the design. A highly complicated tool, for example, may include a lot of detail and will need to be designed using a CAD system. A sufficient amount of time needs to be spent finalizing the design in order for faster, more accurate construction.

DMF Principle

A common guideline that is particularly useful to follow during the product design stage is the DFM (Design for Manufacturing) principle. A primary strategy in DFM involves minimizing the number of parts in a product, making the production as streamlined as possible with a view for end-user functionality.

As a tooling provider, there are a few key factors that go into our design and manufacturing processes that will be sure to help things run smoothly.

1. We frequently review designs and consult with our clients to establish expectations and understand their tooling and volume requirements.
2. We have extensive experience and knowledge in all types of tooling manufacturing, balancing, and material processing.
3. We consistently apply Design For Manufacturing (DFM) principles to lower manufacturing costs and increase efficiency.