Founded in 1973, at Hagans Plastics Co., Inc. we have grown into a leading custom former and injection molder with an extremely diverse customer base, from large corporations to garage shop inventors.
Our success is built on our continued development as a full service, custom injection molding provider with a variety of advanced injection molding systems. Our manufacturing facility is equipped with injection molding equipment that utilizes advanced robotics, and can deliver up to 200 tons of pressure with shot sizes of up to 20 ounces. These machines are designed to mold most commercially available engineered resins and a majority of commodity resins, including acrylic, nylon, thermoplastic, and many others. Our injection molding operation is geared for short to low volume runs, however, we also possess the flexibility to provide the same efficiency and low cost for high volume production, and offer a stocking program to further accommodate volume production requirements.
With the capability of 5 axis CNC machining, we can provide even greater flexibility and cost savings with the ability to machine certain secondary features into parts. This eliminates the need to add expensive core pulls or slides to the mold. This is enhanced by the fact that we don’t outsource, and all tooling is built in the United States. Our team of skilled technicians and machinists can perform a number of additional tasks, from drilling and riveting to deburring, engraving, and polishing. This makes our services ideal for parts used in industrial equipment, the food industry, aerospace applications, and much more.
At Hagans Plastics, we take quality seriously; all work is performed to AS9100 and ISO 9001 standards, and is also subject to our own stringent quality program. To learn more about our injection molding services, contact us.
Case Studies See all
Vacuum Thermoforming of Custom Seat Backs for the Aerospace Industry
The project highlighted here is for the fabrication of a custom seat back cover that was and is being used by Virgin America. Starting in 2004, one of the most challenging aspects of this particular seat back is the creation of the ultra-high gloss and brilliant white appearance.
Vacuum Thermoforming of a Costume Head for the Restaurant Industry
It’s not every day that you get to partner with a thirty-year-old American Icon, like Chuck E. Cheese. In June of 2012, Chuck E. Cheese launched an updated, contemporized mascot. As such, all costumes used in the more than 570 store chain would need to be updated as well.
Thermoforming of a Closeout for use in the Military Industry
The project highlighted here was a closeout part for unmanned drones used in the military. The part carried a high level of difficulty in the forming and the trimming operation and featured a severe undercut/trap on the mold.
Thermoforming of an Electronic Enclosure for the Electrical Industry
The project highlighted here was an electronic enclosure with EMI shielding designed for use in electrical testing. The customer supplied a 2D CAD drawing, and the part went through four complete design changes with small production runs done on each of the designs.
Thermoforming of Antenna Cover for use in the Telecommunications Industry
The project highlighted here is a radome, sometimes called a nose cover, for an antenna system used in the telecommunications industry. The customer supplied a 3D model of the antenna system along with a 2D CAD drawing.
Vacuum Thermoforming of an Advanced Medical Training Simulator
ACDET’s AbSim is an advanced medical training simulator that teaches student doctors and nurses how to perform a physical abdominal palpation exam.