Insert molded gears


Insert molds combine multiple materials and components to create a single product. The process can use engineering plastics or rubber with metallic or magnetic materials, which provide strength and conductivity. Common inserts are magnets, shafts, and threaded nuts.

This is also popular with medical parts that have tubing, cannulas or surgical blades that need to bond with plastic materials.

Insert molding expands the capabilities of plastic and can help reduce the cost of products by limiting the number of costly metals needed to manufacture products.


Insert Mold Experts

gear mold model featuring magnetic insert


At Prodigy Mold & Tool, we're insert mold experts. We know that your insert must be able to withstand the injection molding process without damage. And we know that your insert must match the precise design dimensions. (Even the slightest variation can make molding a perfect part impossible.)

We have full capabilities to build and test insert molds. We're here to deliver on your most challenging insert mold projects.

Give us a call.

Call us at 812-753-3029

What we make

IMG 7587 Prodigy 187

Plastic Injection Molds

Precision Gear Molds

Insert Molds

Auto-Unscrewing Molds

Prototype Tooling

Precision Machining

About Us

Prodigy Mold, located in Haubstadt, Indiana, is a manufacturer of high quality plastic injection molds and tooling for the medical, electronics, and consumer goods industries. Our specialties include unscrewing molds, gear molds, complex multi-action / multi-cavity molds and high cavity hot runner systems.

We design and build for functional superiority based on years of experience in the industry, while striving to build strong relationships with each of our customers.

Experienced tool makers, working with top-quality equipment and automation combine skill and technology for high-precision and productivity.

Service and support that's second to none ensure's reliable performance and productivity.



IMG 0758 Prodigy 794




Precision Plastic Gears

Custom Machining

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