• Calmore, Southampton, UK


Ultraform’s range of Mass Manufacturing Services include, Injection Moulding, Progressive Die Stamping, Cold Forging, Metal Extrusion and Part Finishing

There are a number of manufacturing services which lend to producing parts at higher annual volumes. So whether you need to make thousands or millions of parts we can cater for you.

Ultraform manufacture and supply components into many companies. These stretch across multi industries. Including:

  • Automotive
  • Mobile
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Entertainment
  • Medical
  • Industrial Equipment


We have a range of manufacturing services that are ideal for mass production. These processes usually incur a higher setup cost. But don’t be put off, our prices and lead times are excellent.

The piece part prices of components made using mass manufacturing methods are inexpensive. This offsets the higher upfront costs. As a result the relative overall costs are low. Therefore making these processes very attractive.

Because we want to get it right for you first time, we provide a DFM of your design. Our goal is to optimise for tool life and part quality.

Ultraform’s Injection moulding manufacturing service includes both Tool Design and Moulding.

If you need a plastic component, then injection moulding gives you the very best piece part cost.

A wide variety of mould sizes are available to tool and mould. We also have a lot of experience in producing complex tools, with multiple sliders and side movers.

If desired, we can analyse your part and give suggestions on gating and cavity numbers. Both hot tip or cold runner solutions are available.

We stock a wide range of plastics and deal with multiple material suppliers.

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A stamping and forming process, where a metal sheet or strip is run down a line. At each stage progressively stamping additional details into the part.

This is an extremely fast, precise and cost effective processes.

Examples of work include:

  • Shield Cans for Electronic PCB assemblies
  • Drink Can Lids
  • Spring Clips
  • Brackets
  • Electrical Terminals

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Parts are created by forcing some stock metal into a Die. This is all done at room temperature. Hence the name “Cold Forging”.

This is a highly repeatable and speedy process. Meaning it’s the perfect process for mass manufacturing.

Examples of cold forged parts include:

  • Studs, Nuts, Bolts and Bushings
  • Housing for LED Lights
  • Pin Heatsinks
  • Components for the Automotive and Aerospace industries

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By forcing metal through a Die, you can achieve parts that have uniform cross sections. This process has low setup costs. It can also be used produce low to high volumes.

It’s possible to create items such as:

  • Heatsinks for PCB Assemblies
  • Beams
  • Railings
  • Frames
  • Mounts

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The Rubber Compression Moulding process is where a rubber material is put under heat and pressure to create a new geometry. You can use multiple cavities to gain economies of scale.

This process is often used to create:

  • Rubber Grommets
  • Seals & Gaskets
  • Rubber Mats
  • Rubber Feet
  • Keypads
  • Buttons

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Our mentality is to provide excellence and deliver on your order.

  • We listen to our customers requirements, and find out what is important to them.
  • With our depth of processing knowledge, we foresee the manufacturing pitfalls and autonomously work around them.
  • To ensure you get the best possible parts, we provide a Design For Manufacture review. Highlighting where small changes can have positive impacts. Resulting in the longevity of the tool life and part quality.