Frequently Asked Questions

We know the world of injection molding can be complex. Here are some frequently asked questions along with the answers to help you get started. If you still have questions, please contact us.

Are you ISO certified and/or registered with the FDA?

Yes, Extreme Molding is ISO 9001:2015 Certified and registered with the FDA.

What design services do you offer?

We can assist you in design for manufacturability (DFM), but not design for form, fit, or function. Check out our blog post on Designing For Manufacturing to learn more.

What kind of silicone do you use?

We use clean and sustainable silicone materials including two-component platinum-cured liquid silicone rubbers that are FDA approved, Class IV compliant, and compliant with 21 CFR 177.2600(e) and/or (f).

What colors can be used in silicone manufacturing?

Extreme Molding works with color pigment suppliers to offer custom color matching services to your Pantone of choice and/or your physical product. Check out our blog post on Choosing the Right Color for Your Silicone or Plastic Product to learn more.

Where do you manufacture your products?

Extreme Molding does not build molds in-house, but we work with high-quality North American mold makers throughout the United States to offer you the best injection mold solution.

Are your molds built internally or sourced elsewhere?

Depending on the material choice for your mold, we can source low-volume molds in as little as 3 weeks and high-volume production tools as fast as 12 weeks.

How long does it typically take to see my first parts after placing an order?

Lead times differ depending on the complexity of the mold. But, once the mold has arrived at Extreme Molding, we try to produce First Article parts off the mold in less than 3 days from receiving it

Can you ship individual and bulk orders?

We ship individual orders to residential addresses, bulk orders to retail stores/distribution centers, and pallets both locally and globally.

Common places we ship to:

  • Individual Orders (to your home)
  • Home Depot
  • Amazon FBA
  • Wal-Mart
  • Target
  • Buy Buy Baby
  • Bed Bath and Beyond
  • Nordstrom
  • Crate & Barrel
  • Kroger
  • HEB
  • Harmon Stores
  • Burlington Coat Factory

How long will my mold last?

Low-volume, aluminum injection molds typically will last around 25,000 cycles whereas high-volume, steel injection molds will last 500,000+ cycles.

Launch a Product

If you have a great idea, we can help bring it to life. We’ve done this before and enjoy becoming partners throughout product creation. From advising you through the mold sourcing process, to delivering your new product to customers, we want to work with you every step of the way.