About  Hilco

Technically oriented. Quality driven.

Hilco Technologies was established in 1947 with one injection molding facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Today, the company has grown and adapted to the ever changing needs of today’s market. Hilco currently provides clients with manufacturing, assembly and distribution capabilities out of 4 locations in Michigan: 3 in Grand Rapids (Western Michigan) and 1 in Armada Township (Eastern Michigan).

It is always our goal to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations. Compared to other injection molding specialists, we are proud to take on the the most challenging projects for our clients that others will not.

 

Hilco is also committed to continually reducing our negative impact on the environment; by complying with legal requirements, minimizing waste and improving environmental performance.

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What We Offer

Leading the Way

World-Class Capabilities & Innovative Solutions Set Hilco Apart

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Experience

Over 200 years of combined technical experience that assists customers with engineering, prototyping, material selection and process improvement.

Quality

Impeccable reputation amongst its customers and suppliers and is especially known for its problem solving capabilities.

Team

Highly experienced employees are focused on operational excellence and lean manufacturing from four modern facilities totaling over 160,000 square feet.

Hilco Technologies is based in Michigan but serves clients worldwide.

Spread out over four locations, injection molding presses range from 45 to 1000 tons. Our presses are fully computerized with touch-screens and have statistical-process control capability. For lens molding, we have press side infrared (I.R) annealing ovens and a large batch annealing oven.

 

Our advanced robotic capability facilitates loading and extraction of insert molded parts. We offer two Thierica class 1000 cleanrooms’ that are temperature and humidity controlled. Theses cleanrooms are equipped with three spray booths with Fanuc robots. Each system uses a fluid delivery system for precise Hardcoat usage. A Bosch pallet conveyor system or COE system is used for high or low volume production and custom applications.

 

With the advancements in 3D plastic printing we are changing the way prototypes are done. Utilizing the latest 3D printers and our talented engineering department we can take your part from concept to reality in the matter of days, if not hours. We also offer other standard prototype options as well.

 

Hilco’s operators are highly trained and fully equipped to handle any job with skill and pride.

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