Military-Grade Plastic Parts & Components

military grade plastic

When choosing a company to machine and fabricate military-grade plastic, you want to select a company that has a proven track record of quality and service. For nearly four decades, Reading Plastic Machining & Fabrication has been producing high-quality plastic parts in the U.S. Our skilled fabricators and machinists operate state-of-the-art machinery to produce plastic parts that hold the closest tolerances.

Our selection of advanced engineering plastics can stand up to heat, friction, salt water, grit and meet all your plastic part specifications and requirements. We are ISO 9001:2008 certified and are fully compliant with Aviation and Department of Defense Standards. We have built military-grade plastic parts for every branch of the armed forces, including seals, gears, rollers and other components.

Reading Plastic is frequently asked to machine parts under non-disclosure agreements, both for industry and governments clients. You can trust us with any sensitive project and be confident your high-end machined plastic parts will perform to your expectations. We also offer lot- and batch-traceable parts to meet regulatory requirements.

Military-Grade Plastic Enhancements Over Standard Grade Plastics

Military-grade plastic features:

Military-Grade Plastic is Designed for the Harshest Environments

Military-grade plastic is available in a variety of grades to meet specific needs.

Reading Plastic Manufacturing and Fabricating: Specializing in Military-Grade Plastic

When you need strong, durable military-grade plastic parts, call Reading Plastic at 610-926-3245. Our team is ready to use their decades of experience to produce whatever your mission requires.

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