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Why Crescent?

Crescent Industries is committed to define, understand and communicate our customers’ requirements and to consistently provide products that conform to contracted specifications on the schedule promised. Our policy is to select employee-owners with exceptional work ethics and work aptitude. We are committed to ongoing training of our employee-owners and expect excellence from all. We are committed to sustainability and to the responsibility of all employee-owners to contribute to this process by means of their participation in the fulfillment of Crescent’s established Business/Quality Objectives, as applicable.


It is our policy to provide our employee-owners with World-Class resources and a Quality Management System that maintains a competitive advantage. At Crescent, we pledge our best effort to satisfy our customers’ requirements regarding quality, service, value, and delivery.

Crescent’s Differences

  • Engineering & Project Management

    We provide our customers with an integrated single source solution, offering engineering solutions including 2D/3D part and mold designs, 3d Printing (Additive Manufacturing), mold-fill simulation, material selection, and more. Our Project Management Office (PMO) offers our customers support from overall program management & involvement with your engineering team from inception to production.

  • Kitting & Value Add

    From a simple kitting project to full medical device assembly, nothing is too simple or complex.  Also, offering several plastic part decoration services to finish your project.

  • Class 10K & 100K

    We have been leading the industry with our expertise in ISO Class 7 or ISO Class 8 Clean Room molding and product assembly. From Class I to Class III medical, pharmaceutical and dental devices our experience allows our customers to get their product to market faster with less product development issues.

  • In-House Tooling

    Our skilled Journeymen develop simple single-cavity molds to complex 96-cavity molds. All new injection mold builds follow SPI Class 101-103 guidelines in various sizes, configurations and complexities. To help solve all of our customers’ requirements we offer documented mold maintenance, mold revisions and mold repair services and a documented intake process for tool transfers.

  • Scientific Injection Molding

    Our molding processes are established utilizing scientific injection molding principles and decoupled molding with key personnel trained in scientific injection molding principles certified by RJG.

  • Exceptional Quality & SPC

    With ISO 13485:2016 certification, FDA, ITAR Registrations, we are able to work with a wide range of industries. Our QMS includes the capability to perform validation procedures and capability studies and adhere to the requirements on Level I to Level V PPAP’s and IQ, OQ & PQ quality requirements for product approval.

Our Customer Testimonials
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FDA Registered

3 Facilities to Meet your Needs…

Engineering & Tooling

Our Tooling Operations for new injection mold builds, mold maintenance, repair and revisions, along with our Project Management Team and Engineering Services are located in our 23,000 square foot facility. Our skilled journeymen mold builders use CNC automated hard machining centers, die sink EDMs and a wire EDM. In addition, several Swiss screw machines to manufacture precision Swiss screw machined components for inserts or as finished product.

General Molding

Operating 24/7, our 50,000 square foot injection molding facility houses state-of-the-art, CNC, hydraulic and electric, horizontal and vertical/vertical injection molding machines following scientific injection molding principles certified by RJG and GSPC. With our expertise in kitting, product assembly and value add services we can integrate this in-line at the press by utilizing QRM cells, collaborative robots and other automation.

Industries Served
  • Aerospace
  • Industrial
  • Electronics/Electrical
  • Safety

75 Years Defining the Optimal Processes...

  • Scientific Injection Molding
  • Mold Flow and DFM Analysis
  • Prototype Tooling
  • In-Housing Tooling
  • Project Management
  • Swiss Screw Machining
  • In-Housing Automation
  • QRM Work Cells
  • Quality Validations
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