TMI's facility in Santa Clara, California is devoted exclusively to the production of replacement parts and related components for the food and beverage industry.
State-of-the-art computer controlled machinery turns out precision ground parts, holding tolerances of one-tenth of one-thousandth of an inch. Using over 60,000 pounds of stainless steel per year, seaming rolls and chucks are manufactured for a variety of can closing machines from vintage models to today's ultra-modern seamers.
In the early 1960's, Tool Makers International opened their business doors to provide tooling to a great number of food canners in a fertile valley 50 miles south of San Francisco, California. The high tech industry gradually transformed the Santa Clara Valley into the Silicon Valley.