About Nicolet Plastics
Nicolet Plastics, an ISO 9001:2015-certified company, serves its ever-growing customer base from a 41,000 square-foot production facility in Mountain, Wisconsin and from a 31,000 square foot facility in Jackson, WI. Nicolet Plastics and CNR Plastics are a supplier of choice for many well-known companies who require expertise in the molding of complex parts out of both commodity and engineered resins. Its customer base includes equipment manufacturers in commercial goods, industrial products, medical equipment, and sporting goods industries.
Recently awarded Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award (small business category), Nicolet Plastics has long been recognized for its impeccable performance, highly cross-trained workforce, and customer education program. Nicolet also won a 2016 Insight Innovation Award for its employee training programs.
Its founders began as a mold making company and formed a plastic molding division in the late 1980’s before bringing both operations together to form Nicolet Plastics in 1986. Nicolet has come a long way since those humble beginnings while drawing on its tool making past and that ability to create solutions for its diverse customer base. The tool making shop still plays a key role in maintaining client’s molding tools and helping improve the design of the plastic parts.
The Mountain facility operates 19 presses from 30-610 Tons with mold temperature controllers and monitoring software. Semi- and fully-automated processes are integrated into mold operations to support low costs and competitive lead times. As a Carbon 3D production partner, customers can take advantage of tooling-free prototypes and low-volume production with Carbon’s exclusive technology that produces high quality, end-use parts. The parts are comparable to thermoplastic injection molding and are created in mere minutes, versus hours. Read more here.
Nicolet Plastics & CNR Plastics
Nicolet Plastics and CNR Plastics have recently joined forces through acquisition by parent company TruVenture Composites LLC. TruVenture aims to build a complementary portfolio of plastic and composites companies.
CNR Plastics and Nicolet Plastics have built a reputation for quality, service, ability to be flexible, and responsiveness. Together, customers have complete choice in how to leverage the partnerships complete end-to-end services. Design consultation and secondary operations, assembly, and packaging are available.
About CNR Plastics
The 31,000-square-foot Jackson facility operates 13 electric injection molding machines and one highbred machine from 50 to 200 tons. With two Gold Level Certified Promolders using Scientific Molding principals on staff, your project will be managed from initial quote through production by experts in injection molding. CNR’s quality system conforms to ISO 9001:2000 and its success is driven by lean principals and continuous improvement. Markets served include Medical, Electronics, Agricultural, Dental, Sporting Goods and Industrial. Visit CNR Website