Outsourced Manufacturing


The Precision Parts You Need.
None of the Hassle.


Get to Know IC Sales

From an array of industrial, automotive, and healthcare applications to small, niche market projects, IC Sales has the experience and precision technology needed to produce cost-efficient components that meet your exact specifications. Oh, and we make everything right here in the United States.

Located in Rochester, NY, for more than 30 years, IC Sales is a full-service provider of custom component parts and assemblies to O.E.M. manufacturers. We pride ourselves on providing a collaborative hassle-free, direct, and transparent experience—every time. From onboarding and quotation to production and packaging, we’ll work with you to ensure your next project in plastic or metal is successful. That’s our promise.

Powdered Metal Parts

Why We're Different

Outsourced Manufacturing with IC Sales

With over 30 years of outsourced manufacturing experience, we have the knowledge, expertise, and relationships required to get you what you need on time, up to spec, and within budget.

Experience: We’ve been helping leading businesses for more than 30 years.

Expertise: We’ve helped businesses of all shapes and sizes so let us put our knowledge to work for you.

Quality Partnerships: We only work with precision manufacturers that never sacrifice quality.

Made In the USA: We proudly manufacture everything in the USA.

End-to-End Service

Working Together to Achieve Your Unique Business Goals

Getting you the parts you need, when you need them, and for a price within your budget shouldn’t be complicated. Our 4-step process makes sure everything is working toward achieving your goals.

Step #1: Discovery

Let’s sit down (or hop on a Zoom call) and talk about what you’re trying to accomplish and the best path to get you to your desired outcome. From there, we’ll scour our manufacturing network to find the perfect solution to get you exactly what you need.

Step #2: Quotation & Purchase Order

We’ll come back to the table and review a variety of solutions and their pricing based on your drawing or 3D file. You can ask questions, fine tune your design or modify requirements — we won’t stop until you have total confidence that the purchase order you sign will help your business grow.

Step #3: Production

The engines start turning. During production, we’ll project manage all parties to ensure you get what you need, for the agreed upon price, within the defined timeline. We’ll do it with total transparency, too. 

Step #4: Packaging & Delivery

Once your parts are ready to go, we’ll manage the packing and delivery process, guaranteeing that your parts arrive on your doorstep as promised.


Manufacturing Methods


Fine metal powder is compacted into intricate shapes with high production rates and low tooling cost.

Cold Forging

Well-suited for the high-volume manufacturing of small metal parts, with multiple diameters and shapes weighing less than 1 lb.


Most versatile manufacturing process that utilizes turning and milling operations to produce your desired product.

Injection Molding

Used to form plastics into complex and highly detailed shapes in medium to high volume applications.


Stamping converts flat metal strips into specific shapes via metal forming techniques such as blanking, drawing, bending, and piercing.


Metal shapes are formed by pouring molten metal into a mold cavity, cooled and then extracted from the mold.

Pressure Formed Plastic

Used to form larger plastic panels and trim pieces with cosmetic attributes similar to an injection-molded part.

Additive Manufacturing

Computer controlled process that creates three dimensional objects by depositing fine metal powder into layers that are then sintered into a solid, fully dense component part.

Have more questions about Outsourced Manufacturing? Want to get the inside scoop on how we can help you with your unique needs? Reach out today.

With over 30 years of manufacturing experience and service, we’re confident that we can provide you with exactly what you need to meet your product specifications and production deadlines.