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Your one-stop solution for design and manufacturing


From simple sketching to complex 3D modelling

C2P recognizes the importance of listening to your ideas and then applying our creativity, design and engineering know-how to even the most challenging design problems to refine and transform them into a superior product design. Our pursuit of excellence permeates every aspect of the design stage, from mold design reviews to mold flow analysis which ensures an optimal design for the mold in terms of size, cycle time and maintenance.

With a superior design in place, the end result for you is higher uptime for the mold and hence assured higher productivity. What's more, we do all this while addressing your budgetary concerns.

  • Concept Development
  • Technical Specifications
  • Part Design
  • Prototype Development
  • Assembly Simulation Analysis
  • Testing and Validation


Fabricating scale models

Managing speed and cost in guiding a new product from concept to market is a major manufacturing challenge. Rapid prototyping (RPT) technology addresses these concerns by fabricating a scale model from a three-dimensional (3D) CAD model. Unlike conventional prototyping which can take weeks or months, RPT creates prototypes in a faster, more cost-efficient manner. To achieve this, C2P incorporated sophisticated RPT techniques such as SLA/SLS/3D printing and soft tooling.

RPT’s benefits in terms of cost, time, and resources saved are manifold: Go beyond mere virtual visualization by having an actual proof of concept and incorporate corrections/refinements instantly and cost-efficiently before production tooling.

  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Proof of concept
  • SLA/SLS/3D Printing and Soft Tooling
  • Save Cost, Time, and Resources


Superior parts from superior tooling: Design for Manufacturing

Having an in-house tool room is a factor that sets us apart from most competitors. We fabricate precision molds of a high quality that are designed to last for the life of your product and we provide our tool warranty to reinforce that commitment.

Your mold will be designed and built by experienced technologists using CAD/CAM software, CNC and EDM equipment. Our technology and attention to detail ensures that the design and fabrication of injection molds meets, even exceeds, your requirements and that the tooling delivers parts with consistent quality for many years.

  • Implement DFM (Design for Manufacturing)
  • Layout Design
  • Mold Structure Design
  • Feasibility Study
  • Process Analysis
  • Flow Analysis
  • Process Selection and Making
  • Machining Operation (CNC and CAM)
  • Fitting and Finishing
  • Pilot Production
  • Texturing
  • Assembling
  • Sample Trails
  • Quality Control

Having a tool room in the same facility translates into many advantages for you:

Working with the same team from concept to manufacturing reduces communication lags between suppliers and avoids the “blame game” when dealing with multiple entities.

As the tooling and production teams are the same, you are assured that the mold’s life will be engineered to coincide with your product's life.

Since it is also in our interest to have a mold that runs efficiently, you can rest assured that we apply the best material and workmanship.

In-house mold fabrication enables us to reduce downtime and costs when problems arise during production. This translates into time and money saved for you.


The right raw material

Use of the right kind of plastics, polymers, and additives and of a high quality is just as important as having a precision tooled mold.

To ensure a high-quality finish for your products and timely deliveries, we make every effort to source all our raw materials from reliable suppliers who are selected after a thorough quality audit of their products and logistics.

  • Selection of high-quality raw materials
  • Identifying reliable suppliers


Scalable, timely, quality-tested

Every component that goes through our production process is assured of being true to its design due to the high-quality, high-precision tooling that precedes it. And, to ensure professional production runs, our factory employs a highly-trained workforce, uses raw materials sourced from reliable suppliers, and uses the best equipment.

C2P’s injection molding equipment range from 60-180 tons of clamping pressure and are capable of injecting anywhere from less than 1g to 500g of material per cycle. They are also designed for repeatability thus ensuring reduced labour costs and lower reject rates which saves you money. Computer-controlled equipment ensures optimal efficiency in setup, process control and monitoring. We also possess the ability to ramp up or down production runs based on your changing needs while always delivering your products on time.

  • Selection of Plastics and Additives
  • Process Planning
  • Injection Molding
  • Press and Progressive Cutting
  • Manual Operation
  • Inspection
  • Packing and Dispatch

Our Manufacturing Capabilities


60 - 180t


min. 1 - 500g per cycle


Computerized | Semi-automatic | Manual


Plastic | Rubber | Aluminium | Molds | Finished Products




ABS Natural | ABS Jet Black | Polycarbonate | Industrial grade Nylon (Polyamide) | Poly Polypropylene | LDPE | Soft and Hard PVC | Delrin


Quality where it matters

We pride ourselves on our ability to ensure consistently high standards of quality that are in line with your tolerance limits.

TESTING:A free fall drop test is performed to check the strength of the case and a twist test for checking its brittleness.

QUALITY CONTROL:We take every care to avoid shipping of defective products. Stringent quality control (QC) is therefore an integral part of our company’s processes.

  • Stringent testing protocols
  • Multi-stage QC

QC @ C2P is a 3-step process:

Visual Inspection

Our trained machine operators perform a visual inspection of every part coming out of a machine using parameters set by the customer and identify rejects.

QA Inspection

The injection molded parts are again inspected by our QA personnel at the machine once every hour or on a batch basis to identify rejects.

Final Inspection

Post production, the acceptable parts are boxed, counted, and moved to our QC department where they are again inspected, the count verified, and then prepared for shipment.