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Smart Parts with a Big Job

When I find myself in casual conversation with someone new, inevitably the question “What do you do for a living?” comes up. I always find myself stammering for an easy way to explain what we do here at Technical Specialties Company, Inc.

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Is a Synthetic Rubber Custom Seal Right for You?

Custom seals are critical components used in a number of industries. And unless these parts are manufactured from high quality materials and to exact tolerances, they can fail and result in faulty performance and even safety risks.

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More About Custom Molding Solutions

Although any industry may have a need for a custom molded part, some that depend on these parts regularly include the military, aerospace, automotive, household appliance, and electronics industries. As a result, not only is the part’s functionality important, but qualities like aesthetics, performance, and longevity can also be factors.

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The Importance of Rubber O-Rings

From materials and design to prototyping services, testing, and manufacturing, Technical Specialties Company, Inc. is your one stop source for rubber O-rings, gaskets and seals.

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NAEC Fall Convention & Exposition

There’s considerable lore about New England and the beauty of the Fall leaves. We’ve never had the opportunity to visit this part of the country during the Fall before, but, thanks to this year’s NAEC Fall Convention and Exposition, we are going to check this experience off of our Bucket List while also connecting with our customers and industry colleagues.

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Introduction to Elevator Astragals

An astragal is a type of rubber molding profile with a beaded design that was originally used in the field of architecture. It looked similar to a human spine, so it was given the name astragal, which in Latin and Greek translates to the word “vertebra”.

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Overview of Custom Die-Cutting

Do you have a need for a part that requires a custom solution? If you answered yes, custom die-cutting may be the answer for you! A wide variety of die-cutting options are available, like rotary, laser, press, and flatbed, each with its unique qualities and characteristics designed to suit your exact needs.

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