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                Why Us

Cost Effective                          Reliable



Turnaround                            High Quality


Network                                  Capacity 

At Anglesey Mould & Press we specialises in prototyping and mass-manufacturing to produce high quality plastic injection moulded parts and mould tools. Our process allows us to work closely with the customer and efficiently to produce parts in a quick turn over time. Cost-efficiency is key to us to keep a fair price to our customers, we do this by various means including in some cases rapid tooling for low volume and start up tools.

We are able to:

  • Injection Moulding: which is manufacturing plastic pieces using a metal mould in the shape of the desired product. A process that allows for parts to be produced in large volumes. 

  • Over Mould: A multi-step injection moulding process where two or more components are moulded over top of one another. Also known as 'two-shot moulding' because it is a two-step process.

  • Insert Moulding: The process of moulding or forming plastic parts around other, non-plastic parts, or inserts. The inserted component is most commonly a simple object, such as a thread or rod, but in some cases can be complex.


Sports and leisure, automotive, Health & Safety, retail, MOD, building & allied trades and promotional products.



  • Acetal – e.g. Water valves, seatbelt restraint systems

  • Polyprop/Ethylenes – e.g. Toys, food containers, kitchenware

  • ABS – e.g. power tools, safety helmets, telephones

  • Polycarbonate – e.g. outdoor light fittings, mobile phone lenses

  • Nylon 6/66 e.g. electrical connections, cable ties

  • Polystyrene – e.g. food containers, packaging

  • PVC/Flame retardants/ Glass filled

  1. As Manufactured - The part will be as moulded with tool marks remaining visible. This finish is suitable for parts that don't have any cosmetic emphasis or hidden industrial components.

  2. Bead Blasting - Bead blasting is used to even and create a uniform surface finished on machined parts.

  3. Pad Printing - Pad printing is used as a decorative technology to transfer ink marking, logos, or texts from a pad unto the part.

  4. Etching - Etching is a method of inscribing a pattern, marking, or text on a molded part's surface.

  5. Textured Finish - The molded part is leveled with fine stone powder before being sandblasted to obtain a textured surface appearance. Suitable for finishing parts that favor a dull or satin surface finish.

  6. Lazer Finishing - The use of laser beams to etch, engrave or inscribe graphics, texts, logos or markings on a molded part.

  7. Semi Glossy - Semi-glossy parts have a low amount of shininess and gloss achieved by smoothing with a fine-grit sandpaper.

  8. Glossy - Glossy finishes are used for achieving mirror-like and smooth finishes in molded parts. The part is smoothed and polished with a diamond buff. These parts have the smoothest surface finish relative to other finishing options.

  9. Matte - Matte finishes are suitable when trying to remove machining marks from mold parts without overdoing the visual appearance. The mold is smoothed with the aid of fine stone powder. Matte finishes are used on diecast, or thermoset injection molded parts.

  10. Custom - Choose from an array of custom finishing that is unique or a combination of some standard finishes.

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