Industries is a manufacturer of threaded
inserts for plastics. We offer a full
line of brass inserts for all methods of
installation, including: ultrasonic, heat,
thermal, press-in and mold-in. Tri-Star
can also custom design and produce threaded inserts for most applications with a low minimum
order quantity requirement. Our company
stocks large inventories of the most popular
styles of brass inserts, which include: Tapered
Hole Inserts, Symmetrical
Inserts and Studs.
Although our standard line is brass, we
also stock stainless steel inserts in a
variety of styles and sizes. Our
threaded inserts start at 0-80 for inch
threads and M1.6 for metric threads. We
offer the most extensive variety of lengths for
ultrasonic inserts and thermal inserts
in the industry.
on our Insert
Selection Guide to see our full line
of brass threaded inserts. Remember, if
you don't see it listed in our catalog,
call our Engineering Department at 1-800-882-8980
and ask to speak with a Design Engineer.
Learn about Tri-Star's new CNC Swiss Precision Machined Components, which are ideal for manufacturing parts with complex designs, tight tolerances, unique features and high quality surface finishes.
CNC Swiss Precision Machined Components – Our CNC Swiss machining capabilities are ideal for manufacturing parts with complex designs, tight tolerances, unique features and high quality surface finishes.
Tri-Star Industries production will be closed December 22nd through January 1st. Sales & Shipping will be open on December 22nd and closed on December 26th.
We will have limited Sales & Shipping personnel available on December 27th through December 29th . Please keep this in mind when placing your orders or to re-schedule any delivery dates.
Normal operations will resume on January 2nd, 2018.
MW Industries Announces the Acquisition of Tri-Star Industries
CHICAGO – July 13, 2017 – MW Industries announced today the acquisition of Tri-Star Industries, an industry leading manufacturer of precision threaded inserts for plastics located in Berlin, CT. Read more »
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