Molding Corporation of America
Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose MCA?
Years of experience using engineering grade materials on “engineered” parts.
Over 50 years of diverse manufacturing experience with injection and insert molding.
Depth of expertise with highly engineered plastics for aerospace, medical and high-tech.
In-house mold-making with conventional and CNC machining capability.
Comprehensive engineering services including full design, drawings and prototyping.
Extensive secondary operations to support virtually any job requirement.
Many key MCA staff have 35+ years of experience and service with the company.
Industry reputation as the difficult-job-processor and expert trouble-shooters.
How long has MCA been in business?
MCA has been providing quality service since 1964.
Where is MCA located?
Pacoima, California. Directly off of I-5, I-118 and I-210 Freeways.
10349 Norris Avenue
Pacoima, CA 91331
What type of molding services do you offer?
Plastic injection molding for engineering grade material and products. Overmolding and insert molding using shuttle presses. Press sizes up to 880 ton and 9 lbs shot size.
Is all work done at your facility?
Yes. In addition to molding parts we also have a complete mold making facility, quality control lab and secondary operations.
How do you manage a project?
We have in-house “project managers” that work closely with the customer to insure a successful project.
Is MCA an ISO registered company?
MCA is ISO complaint, ITAR and DoD certified and has over 50 years of quality experience.
Will MCA make prototypes of my part?
MCA works with a number of product support companies and can assist with engineering and development services as needed.
Can MCA run an existing tool? / Can I send my existing injection mold to MCA?
Yes. MCA is known in the industry as the “can do” guys and have assisted many customers that have not been successful with other molders.
What type of secondary or assembly options do you perform?
MCA offers a full range of Secondary Operations, decorating and assembly services.
i.e. pad printing, painting, sonic-welding and assembly operations.
What size of parts can MCA produce?
MCA can run parts of ½ oz up to over 9 lbs.