Thin Metal Parts
Thin Metal Parts (TMP) is a world leader in custom manufactured high-precision, very thin products. The company was originally a product line started in 1985 as the Specialty Products Division of Photo Stencil (est. 1979) specifically to design and manufacture thin metal parts for the electronics industry. In 1997, the Specialty Products Division established global manufacturing capabilities, and became the first and only stencil and metal parts supplier to be ISO 9001:2000 qualified for both design and manufacturing.
In 2002, the product line became a separate company – Thin Metal Parts – to focus efforts on the development of specialized thin metal parts for a broader base of industries. The company’s production capabilities are ideal for applications in the medical, automotive, microwave, office and industrial automation, aerospace, consumer products and electronics industries. Thin Metal Parts provides full-service application support and customized solutions to fit the needs of each customer. Complete in-house capabilities translate to quick quotes, low-cost tooling and short manufacturing lead times.
|2008||Thin Metal Parts upgraded laser cutting capabilities with the addition of a state-of-the-art fiber optic laser system, custom designed for parts applications.|
|2007||Thin Metal Parts acquired industry leading photo-plotting equipment increasing the quality and capability.|
|2004||Significant efforts began to target new industries in addition to electronics.|
|2002||The Specialty Products Division became the Thin Metal Parts Company to better focus efforts on thin metal parts development.|
|1999||Began using the electroforming process to manufacture precision metal parts.|
|1997||Became the first parts manufacturer to become ISO 9001 certified (now, ISO 9001 – 2000).|
|1990||Parts began to be manufactured using the laser cutting process.|
|1985||Specialty Parts, a product line of Photo Stencil, was started to address the precision parts needs of the Photo Stencil circuit board manufacturing customers using photo-chemical milling process.|