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Participating Companies

Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
Aztec Plastic
About Company   Chicago, IL

Aztec Plastic


We are not your typical Injection Molding and Machining Company. We have been in business for over 45 years because of the service and support we provide to our customers, particularly to the engineers and buyers groups. We are brought in during the early stages of product development to provide our expertise and experience with processing of ultra-engineering polymers.


Top products: We specialize in Metal Replacement and work with materials like: -Torlon -PEEK -Acetal / Delrin -Lexan -Ryton -Nylon, 6/6, 6/12 -Amodel -Ultem -Polycarbonate -Polyethylene -Polypropylene -Duradex -Valox -Ketaspire -Avespire -Primospire -ABS ... and many others ultra-engineering grades that fall under the Metal Replacement materials umbrella. Over the past 4 decades, we have grown in our abilities, by listening to our customer's needs and bringing a process in house to provide them with a complete solution. It keeps the price down for them and brings the quality up as a result. We are ISO 9001:2008 Certified, and soon to be AS 9100 certified.


Special Capabilities: Industries: Agriculture, Off Highway Automotive, Department of Defense, Aerospace, Construction Capabilities: Injection Molding, Machining, Secondary Centerless grinding, CNC machining, Assembly EAU of 500 pieces to 10 million pieces



Injection Molding & Machining

Contact Information:

Andrew Wielgus



From earth moving equipment to automobiles; medical devices to consumer products, Illinois is home to 20,000 manufacturers employing nearly 600,000 people. 

IMEC, along with our strategic partners, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and other friends of manufacturing, have launched this on-line resource to showcase the diversity of products made here and celebrate the companies that manufacture them. In towns from Chicago to Carbondale, manufacturing is the engine that powers the Illinois economy.