Your Product. Our Precision. That's TLC.
Thomson Lamination Company, Inc. (TLC®) was established by John B. Thomson in 1964 to meet the demand for high-end specialty or niche-market stamped electrical parts with extremely tight tolerances, including laminations for use in mission-critical rotating components, annealed at high temperatures in controlled atmospheres.
As the company grew, we expanded into an integrated organization providing the fabrication of precision carbide dies, laminations produced from a vast variety of specialty electrical steel alloys, the annealing of magnetic materials and the production of complete electric motor subassemblies, including rotors and stators.
Ownership of the Company remained in the Thomson family for a period after the death of its founder, John B. Thomson. The Company was then acquired by Sterling A. Martin in November, 1993, who had been the Vice-President and General Manager under Mr. Thomson.
Under the present management, the Company completed the facilities and personnel expansion so that it is more capable than ever of providing a full range of lamination-related products and full technical support to customer engineering in developing both the electrical and mechanical specifications of new lamination designs.
Our plant has expanded from its modest beginnings to now over 76,000 square feet of the most modern production facilities and equipment in the lamination industry.
TLC is located in Maple Shade NJ , five miles east of Philadelphia and adjacent to the New Jersey Turnpike, just off Exit 4.
We invite you to come meet us and tour our plant.