Custom plastic and metal solutions.
for Sheet Metal Fabrication, 3D Printing and Prototyping, and Injection Molding
Our design for manufacturing engineers will recommend, and can help you with, minimal to major design changes that will make your product easier to manufacture, saving you time and money.
We don't succeed unless you succeed. When you work with Tenere your program manager becomes part of your team, not just another faceless vendor.
Working with us early on in the development stages will help you get to market faster. You can go from prototype to production in each of our facilities using any of our manufacturing processes.
Tenere opened its doors in 1966 as a tool and die shop. It quickly grew into a full scale metal fabrication and injection molding contract manufacturer providing a range of services to small, mid-sized, and Fortune 100 companies. By investing in 3D printing technologies, adding capacity and new facilities in all areas of production, Tenere has entered a new era of growth and is quickly expanding into new markets, geographic locations, and service offerings.
Plastic and metal prototyping, design for manufacturability (DFM) parts analysis, and in-house tool and design make working with Tenere simple and trouble free. We excel in engineering support, complex components and assemblies, and the integration of metal and plastic. Our services are ideally suited for information and communications technologies, medical device manufacturing, and other precision manufacturing applications.
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Tenere Appoints Brian Steel VP of Global Sales & Marketing
Steel brings global sales experience to internationally expanding company
Tenere Opens New Facility in Monterrey, Mexico
The new Mexico facility – Tenere Monterrey – offers soft tool metal fabrication services
Tenere Acquires Mountain Molding
Broadening Plastics and Injection Molding Capabilities
Tenere Names Greg Adams CEO
Adams to drive growth for the advanced custom manufacturing firm
Tenere Acquires Protogenic
Expanding Rapid Prototyping Capabilities