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Osborne Industries Inc. is a custom molder of thermoset plastics formulated to your OEM specifications.

With Osborne Industries on your team, you get 40 years of expertise in the custom molding business. As pioneers in Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) and Reaction Injection Molding (RIM), you can be assured that Osborne's fully equipped engineering staff, and dedicated skilled craftsman can design parts to meet even the most stringent specifications. Normally, high tooling costs make it difficult to justify low to moderate volume plastic parts. Osborne overcomes this obstacle by making closed, composite molds that can last for many years, making thousands of parts. Whether you need 50 parts, or 50,000 parts, Osborne will help you determine the most cost effective tooling and material to solve your toughest plastic challenges.

Osborne Industries builds parts for companies of all sizes, across many different industries like:

  • Wastewater management
  • Industrial machinery
  • Military vehicles
  • Chemical processing
  • Agriculture
  • Aerial Device equipment
  • Medical
  • Architectural Components
  • Tanning equipment

Osborne Industries has the additional capabilities to meet your production requirements:

  • CNC Routers ensure parts meet the tightest tolerances
  • Prototyping to evaluate materials and design
  • Just-in-time delivery reduces unnecessary inventory
  • In-mold coating can eliminate the need to paint
  • ISO 9001 quality management certification ensures product quality and consistency
  • Bonding and assembly capability delivers installation ready parts
  • Custom resin formulations for unique applications


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A pDCPD Primer (Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers) It's the short name for polydicyclopentadiene, a thermoset polymer plastic material. (View Full Article)
RIM Manufacturing: Step by Step (Plastics, Elastomers and Polymers) RIM, or reaction injection molding, was developed in the late 1960's. Over time, technology has evolved along with the RIM manufacturing process itself, allowing Osborne Industries to tap into the... (View Full Article)