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“Daddy, why is the sky blue?” “Daddy, why is thunder so loud?” “Daddy, what are shooting stars?” Growing up I asked so many questions, as all children do. I was so curious about the world around me and always wanted an answer for everything. Usually, when given an answer, I once again asked, “why?” Thankfully,…Read More
The demand for custom CNC parts is at an all-time high. Manufactures of custom CNC fabricated parts are filling their production schedules to meet the demand of the market. While this is a positive trend for the economy, it does create problems for companies looking for a manufacturer for smaller to medium sized product…Read More
When it comes to rubber fabrication and engineering, we consider ourselves one of the best. However, the world is full of companies claiming to be “the best in the business.” So what really sets TMI apart in our industry? For starters, we understand that the quality and reputation of the companies we manufacture parts for…Read More
Our PRECISION in action...
Fighting Katrina's Flood Waters
When hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, massive flooding devastated the Gulf coast. Clearly, large numbers of heavy industrial pumps would be needed to move the water out. And they’d have to be robust and reliable enough to handle a cleanup of enormous magnitude.
Fortunately, TMI supplied a number of the rubber components inside the industrial elimination pumps on the job. Their rock-solid performance helped crews remove millions of gallons of water – a critical first step in the recovery and rebuilding efforts.
The Most Precise Components on Earth. And in space.
We can proudly say our custom rubber products are hard at work both around the world and miles away from it. Serving a large number of companies in the aerospace industry, TMI extruded, injection, compression, and transfer molded rubber components are trusted out there where there’s not exactly a corner store to pick up spare parts.
Experiments conducted on the International Space Station were made possible with our components. And when the Space Shuttle brings our astronauts back home, its landing gear relies on rubber seals made by TMI to make sure touchdown goes smoothly.