REMOVE THE MYSTERY FROM MANUFACTURING

This is the core of what we do. The manufacturing process can be overwhelming. With over twenty years of experience, our team can reduce the variables through strategic planning, trusted methods, and quality control. And we are always looking to add new technologies to make the manufacturing process run as smoothly as possible.

REMOVE THE MYSTERY FROM MANUFACTURING

This is the core of what we do. The manufacturing process can be overwhelming. With over twenty years of experience, our team can reduce the variables through strategic planning, trusted methods, and quality control. And we are always looking to add new technologies to make the manufacturing process run as smoothly as possible.

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INJECTION MOLDING

With machine tonnage ranging from 35 tons to 940 tons, Noble Plastics can produce small run prototyping up to large-scale production runs of 1 million+ pieces.

AUTOMATION

Leveraging 20 years of robotics experience gained through our molding operations, Noble serves a diverse list of industries including plastics, wood, and food products.

INDUSTRY 4.0

While industry 4.0 is not something tangible you can hold in your hand, the ideas and goals behind the paradigm are an important reality of the competitive manufacturing landscape now and going forward.

ABOUT US

Founded in 2000, Noble began as a local, woman-owned family business pursuing accuracy and uniformity of difficult-to-mold plastic parts. Hard to find in the Gulf Coast region, we sought to change the process by utilizing a scientific approach and consistently introducing innovative technologies.

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Practical Industry 4.0

“Work smarter, not harder.” In 1712 the first productive steam engine was invented and improved until 1801 when the first steam-powered locomotive was driven through the streets of Camborne by Richard Trevithick. Between 1719 and 1764, three inventors improved weaving and spinning so that by 1785 Edmund Cartwright’s power loom could break onto the scene. Samuel Morse invented the telegraph in 1844 to allow quick communication over long distances, and in 2007 Steve Jobs revealed the game-changing iPhone. Innovation followed us across the centuries and will continue to push us into the future. We have seen three industrial revolutions come and go, so what exactly is the fourth, and when is it coming?

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MAPP BenchCon 2022 – Presentation, Award, and Exhibiting

In a hotel ballroom in Indianapolis, IN on October 5th, 2022 a room full of plastic molders were serenated by Jason Hewlett and his repertoire of Legend Parodies. Between his takes on songs like Sound of Silence and Poker Face the message he shared with the attendees revolved around a promise. He spoke about what a promise is and how important it is we keep them to our coworkers, our clients, and family but that we must also keep the ones we make to and for ourselves.

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Noble Presents at LAGCOE EnergyFest 2022

After a brief hiatus and temporary relocation, LAGCOE returned to Acadiana for Energy Fest 2022 at the Cajundome Convention Center on October 19th-21st. Noble Plastics has been a longtime presenter at the international exposition, attending the event almost every year since 2009. 2022 was no exception and Noble Plastics was excited to showcase the FANUC CRX-10iA collaborative robot – thoughtfully nicknamed the “cobot” – to demonstrate current capabilities of automation and how it applies to the oil, gas, & energy industry.

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WHERE WE ARE

Louisiana State University and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are both R1 Universities that our team has been honored to work with. From hosting design competitions to the evaluation of senior thesis projects, Noble Plastics enjoys a close association with both universities. Noble staff serves on Industrial Advisory boards for college of engineering departments, Dean’s Advisory Council, and is a participant in Board of Regents’ research with both the UL and LSU systems.