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                                  Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co. | Advertorial
  Deep-Drawn Components and Assemblies
Trans-Matic supplies precision deep-drawn compo- nents and assemblies for the automotive, builders’ hard- ware, appliance, plumbing, power tool, HVAC and other markets. Trans-Matic was founded in 1968 in Holland, MI, by Pat Thompson. Our headquarters is in Holland in a 150,000 sq. ft. production facility. In 1992, Trans- Matic established a satellite location to serve the
China. This is a 80,000 sq. ft. facility. Trans-Matic employs more than 300 people. In early 2011 Trans- Matic formed a joint venture with Heitkamp & Thumann called HTTM to develop and produce metal battery-con- tainer systems. Trans-Matic manufactures product on high speed transfer presses from 5 to 600 tons. These presses have the capability to manufacture parts up to 3.8mm (0.150 in.) thick and 200 mm (8 in.) tall. Primary materials used include low carbon, stainless, brass, cop- per, bronze and aluminum. We are TS16949 and ISO14001 certified in all three plants.
Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co.
300 E. 49th St. Holland, MI 616/820-2500
  Southwest and Mexico. This 50,000 sq. ft. state-of-the- art facility is located in Mesa, AZ. In 2006, Trans-Matic started producing deep draw parts for our Asian cus- tomers out of our wholly owned foreign entity in Suzhou,
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                Volkert Precision Technologies, Inc. | Advertorial
 Customer Satisfaction Through Continuous Improvement
What started as
John Volkert Tool &
Die in Brooklyn in
1935 has gone
through many evolu-
tions over the years.
The most recent
began in June 1987
when the company
was divested by its then-German parent and the cor- porate strategy became one of “close tolerance, full service, precision metalworking.”
Capabilities include:
• High-volume progressive-die, deep-drawn,
multi-slide stampings
• Inhouse tooling and finishing
• Fabricated products and assemblies
Volkert Precision Technologies, Inc.
222-40 96th Ave., Queens Village, NY 718/464-9500 MetalForming/July 2012 53

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